Monday, April 12, 2010

Final Summary of Canadian Government Copyright Consultation

University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist has posted a tally of submissions to last fall's public consultations on Canadian copyright reform.

The consultation asked 5 questions:
  1. How do Canada’s copyright laws affect you? How should existing laws be modernized?
  2. Based on Canadian values and interests, how should copyright changes be made in order to withstand the test of time?
  3. What sorts of copyright changes do you believe would best foster innovation and creativity in Canada?
  4. What sorts of copyright changes do you believe would best foster competition and investment in Canada?
  5. What kinds of changes would best position Canada as a leader in the global, digital economy?
The Canadian Association of Law Libraries made a submission to the consultations.

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