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Global trade agreement throws ‘made in Canada’ copyright policy into question

News | 12/10/2009 2:25 pm EST

Legal experts disagree on whether the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement would compel Canada to abandon “made-in-Canada” copyright reform. Public controversy erupted this fall after a series of leaks revealed that the ACTA proposes significant digital copyright reforms modeled on U.S. intellectual property law.

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