Separating Fact from Fiction: A Fair Copyright Proposals

#Opinion

Fri, May 14th, 2010 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

Developing copyright law principles that remain relevant years from now is unquestionably a difficult challenge. With references to VHS tapes and the decision to block network-based PVR services, Bill C-61 was outdated the moment it was introduced. In order to introduce legislation that will stand the test of time, the government needs a principle-based, forward-looking approach. Here are the four essential ingredients proposed by Michael Geist.

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