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Making the enabling of online copyright infringement itself an infringement of copyright

Bill C-11 amends the Copyright Act in several different ways. One of the states purposes of those amendments is to “make the enabling of online copyright infringement itself an infringement of copyright”. While I can understand that this adds significant … Continue reading

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Harper government reintroduces toughened online copyright law

In the Vancouver Sun: bill C-32 from last session has been re-introduced (probably with some modification — I haven’t had a chance to read the bill yet) and is far more likely to pass, now that there’s a conservative majority … Continue reading

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From XKCD.com: Copyright

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TPM and the Public Domain (#c32)

Accroding to The Appropriation Art Coalition applying TPM to public domain content effectively removes that content from the public domain. Is that really true? I don’t think so, and here’s why.

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