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+ - Canadian Supreme Court Entrenches Technological Neutrality Within Copyright Law->

An anonymous reader writes: Last week, Canadian Supreme Court decision attracted attention for reduced copyright fees for music and video. Michael Geist has a detailed analysis that concludes there are two bigger long term effects. First, Canada has effectively now adopted fair use. Second, the Supreme Court has made technological neutrality a foundational principle of Canadian copyright. The technological neutrality principle could have an enormous long-term impact on Canadian copyright, posing a threat to some copyright collective tariff proposals and to the newly enacted digital lock rules.
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Canadian Supreme Court Entrenches Technological Neutrality Within Copyright Law

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