Copyright Reform

From Industry Canada | June 12, 2008

Government of Canada Proposes Update to Copyright Law: Balanced Approach to Truly Benefit Canadians
On June 12, 2008, the Government of Canada introduced long-overdue and much-needed amendments to the Copyright Act that will bring it in line with advances in technology and current international standards. The bill fulfills the government’s commitment in the 2007 Speech from the Throne to improve the protection of cultural and intellectual property rights in Canada, including copyright reform.

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