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Minority Report: How Canada’s Electoral System Disrupts Copyright Reform

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Canadian elections have a tendency to disrupt copyright reform initiatives and the 2019 contest which resulted in a minority Liberal government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is no exception. The trend started in 2005, when the Liberal Government of Prime Minister Paul Martin introduced Bill C-60, An Act to Amend the Copyright Act, which was Canada’s first attempt at adopting the comprehensive amendments required to … Continue reading Minority Report: How Canada’s Electoral System Disrupts Copyright Reform »

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