Canadian anti-DRM coalition makes timely debut By Bruce Byfield

August 2006

Record labels, internet

A very interesting article explaining the resistance to DRM in Canada and explaining the difference in approaches to copyright protection between Canada and its neighbour, the USA. In particular the copyright levy system in Canada coupled with the strong protection of consumer privacy present major hurdles for the major record labels and film companies to get over if they are to convince legislators to support DRM.

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