Tuesday, November 05, 2019

LawBytes Podcast on Crown Copyright

In his most recent LawBytes podcast, University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist looks at the issue of Crown Copyright in Canada:
"This week’s Lawbytes podcast digs into crown copyright with two guests. First, Amanda Wakaruk, a copyright librarian at the University of Alberta and one of the country’s leading advocates on the issue joins me to explain the concept of crown copyright and why she thinks it needs to be abolished. I’m then joined by my colleague Professor Jeremy DeBeer to discuss the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision on Keatley Surveying v. Teranet, which was on the first opportunities for Canada’s highest court to grapple with the scope and implications of crown copyright."
An earlier Library Boy post from September 26, 2019 on the Supreme Court of Canada Ruling on Crown Copyright provides background to the topic.

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