OHRLP publishes leading submissions to the copyright consultations

November 16th, 2009 by Barry Sookman Leave a reply »

The Osgoode Hall Review of Law and Policy has published 9 submissions covering divergent views on how the Copyright Act should be modernized.

The articles include submissions from Michael Geist, David Allsebrook, Sam Trowsow, The Writers Guild of Canada, Canadian Association of Research Libraries, Entertainment Software Association, and Laura Murray. The issue also includes my submission to the copyright consultations as well as a submission written by Dan Glover and me on Why Canada should not  adopt a fair use regime. This submission was jointly submitted to the copyright consultations by over fifty prominent Canadian organizations, who represent hundreds of thousands of artists, choreographers, composers, directors, educators, illustrators, journalists, makers, musicians, performers, photographers, playwrights, producers, publishers, song writers, videographers, and writers working in Canada.

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