How the Canadian copyright lobby uses fakes, fronts, and circular references to subvert the debate on copyright


Mon, Jun 29th, 2009 07:38 by capnasty NEWS

After closely watching the way that the Canadian copyright debate has proceeded, Michael Geist has created this handy chart showing how the copyright lobby in Canada uses a variety of fronts to subvert the legislative process.



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