Bieber’s lesson: why Bill C-11 must strike the right balance
If Canadian legislators are wondering what the future of copyright should be, one domain name service provider thinks they should look no further than the new Justin Bieber movie
Bieber, of course, is the Canadian pop star whose rapid ascent has earned him more than 18 million followers on Twitter.
At a hearing on Canadian copyright reform this week, Elliot Noss, president and CEO of Tucows Inc, quoted Silicon...
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