Liberal party preparing amendments to Bill C-32
News | 11/25/2010 10:53 pm EST
OTTAWA—The Liberal party is planning to propose amendments to Bill C-32, the Conservative government’s copyright reform bill, to permit the breaking of digital locks for consumer uses and to better define the ways in which fair dealing uses can be challenged in court, Marc Garneau, the Liberal party’s industry critic and a member of the C-32 legislative committee, said in an interview Thursday.
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