Friday, Oct. 28, 2016
Users need to be encouraged to use their rights, and not made afraid to do so. ‘Fair’ dealing in copyright is about freedom, and not about fear. It should not be an ‘F word.’
It is time once again for a judicially led commission to solve some the difficult problems now facing Canadian collectives and the Copyright Board that others, including the Board itself, seem unable or unwilling to confront.
This is the third time in just over a year that high-profile Canadian public policy fora have been used to present a very one-sided or at least a highly imbalanced program or papers involving copyright
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