Election Stalls Copyright Reform

With the announcement yesterday that Parliament is dissolved, and Canada is heading into a Federal election set for October 14th, the government’s copyright reform bill (Bill C-61) dies on the order paper.  Canadians will have to wait until the dust settles after the election to see what will happen to the copyright debate.  In the meantime, the copyright battles continue, and the latest salvo comes courtesy of isoHunt, a torrent site which has announced a pre-emptive lawsuit against the CRIA , seeking a declaratory judgement that isoHunt’s activities do not infringe copyright.


Calgary – 11:30 MST



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