Digital locks debated in Canada copyright reform hearing
Digital locks and fair dealing exemptions for educational institutions were the focus of Monday's hearing before a committee considering massive reforms to Canada’s copyright law
It was the first in a series of four hearings per week that are scheduled to take place into mid-March on the provisions of copyright reform bill C-11.
Witnesses addressed how technological protection measures (TPMs), or digital locks, must foster...
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