Federal Court upholds Copyright Board decision regarding Access Copyright and provincial government copying

Via Michael Geist’s blog March 27, 2018

The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a Copyright Board decision regarding provincial government copying. This is significant because the board is upholding the development of a “standard as a reasonable approximation of what constitutes insubstantial copying”, whereas Access Copyright had argued against “bright-line standards” [such as those standards embedded in many institutional fair dealing guidelines].

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