Canada introduces new copyright legislation

December 2005

Internet, record labels, music publishing, artists, television, radio

By Tony Turco and Alex Matheson, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Synopsis: On June 20, 2005, the Canadian Government introduced a bill which proposes significant amendments to the Copyright Act (Bill C-60) and represents the next step in Canada’s ongoing copyright reform. The amendments focus primarily on the challenges that the Internet and digital technologies pose for copyright law.

This article was originally published in Blakes Bulletin on Intellectual Property, October 2005. LINK to

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