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Canadian Gov't Asks Public About New Copyright Law 77 77

Posted by timothy
from the hunched-on-the-border-stealing-our-wifi dept.
Mike Lawrie writes "The so-called Canadian DMCA has had a long history. Historically, proposed legislation has favoured the views of CRIA, the Canadian arm of the RIAA almost completely. However, this time around the government is consulting the public before drafting the bill. They have launched a (Linux-based!) website designed to provide a public forum for discussion. Now is the time to speak up."
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Canadian Gov't Asks Public About New Copyright Law

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