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Is new copyright legislation on the horizon? Copyright collectives think so

News | 07/25/2006 4:00 am EDT

On July 16 intellectual property rights took the global stage with the release of Combating IPR Piracy and Counterfeiting from the G8 Group at the G8 Summit 2006 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Two days later, the issue got a national focus when a collective of Canadian creators-rights coalitions congratulated the federal government for being party to the statement.

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