Canadian Copyright Reform, Technology and Users’ Rights

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This paper includes a summary overview of the changes to fair dealing and users’ rights which will be affected by Bill C-32, the proposed amendments to the Copyright Act. The paper also explores and describes some current technologies which present challenges to copyright and other laws and the impact of the proposed amendments to the Copyright Act, including digital lock provisions, on the use of those technologies.

This paper was presented at the Intellectual Property Law Update program which was held in Edmonton on February 8, 2011 and in Calgary on February 10, 2011.


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