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Reforming copyright a top priority for Canada’s entertainment companies

News | 11/15/2006 5:00 am EST

 A panel consisting of corporate and general counsels for a handful of Canada’s top entertainment companies and organizations joined forces at Insight Information’s Entertainment Industries Summit in late October. During a panel discussion titled "Copyright Reform: Bringing Canada up to Global Standards," they illustrated their desire for the current Conservative government to reintroduce a copyright reform bill.

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