Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017
Bill C-32 contains provisions that would expand access for the visually impaired. But Canada could do more to allow the international dissemination of accessible works.
But C-32 goes over and above to adopt American style, or worse, provisions on digital locks that place restrictions on the content Canadians use everyday. Previous efforts to reform copyright did so on a made-in-Canada basis; the Liberal government's Bill
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