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Creative orgs call for copyright protections to be added to AI bill

News | 02/13/2024 11:13 am EST
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Organizations representing Canada’s creative industries are calling on MPs to add copyright provisions to Bill C-27, in order to protect creators’ content, likeness, and reputation in the age of AI. 

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