Pauline Wong is the Assistant Director of IP Osgoode.
The Government of Canada has reintroduced the Copyright Modernization Act, which is intended to update the Copyright Act for the information era. Now designated as Bill C-11, it formerly existed as Bill C-32.
Our coverage of Bill C-32 soon after it was introduced was posted in a series of blogs, which we want to highlight again:
- Copyright Modernization Week(s!) – June 4, 2010 – Giuseppina D’Agostino
- Bill C-32: Copyright and Education in the Digital Age – June 8, 2010 – Robert Dewald
- Bill C-32: Cracking Down on Bit Torrent Trackers – June 9, 2010 – Stuart Freen
- Bill C-32: Digital Locks – Acting as the Fulcrum between Owners’ and Users’ Rights – June 10, 2010 – Steven Zuccarelli
- Bill C-32: Improving Global Access to Copyrighted Material for the Print Disabled – June 11, 2010 – Vincent Doré
- Bill C-32: Clarifying the Roles and Responsibilities of Internet Service Providers and Search Engines – June 15, 2010 – Amanda Carpenter
- Bill C-32: A Sampling of Commentary on Technological Protection Measures – June 17, 2010 – Giuseppina D’Agostino
- Bill C-32: The Rights of Photographers and Performers – June 22, 2010 – Nathan Fan
Stayed tuned for more updates as we follow Bill C-11’s progress through the legislative process.