Canada's PM: "We Don't Care What You Do, As Long as the U.S. Is Satisfied"


Fri, Jun 4th, 2010 15:30 by capnasty NEWS

The decision to introduce U.S.-style DMCA rules in Canada in 2007 was strictly a political decision, the result of pressure from the Prime Minister's Office desire to meet U.S. demands. Apparently, "the Prime Minister's Office's position was, move quickly, satisfy the United States." When Bernier and then-Canadian Heritage Minister Bev Oda protested, the PMO replied "we don't care what you do, as long as the U.S. is satisfied."



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