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Book on Canadian Copyright Law

Canadian Copyright Law, Fourth Edition Canadian Copyright Law, Fourth Edition is your guide to protecting and using Canadian content in Canada and around the globe. If your content is available in Canada, this book will inform you about the rights you have […]

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Orphan Works in Canada: Unlocatable Copyright Owners

Identifying or locating a copyright owner to request permission to use their work is not always easy. The U.S. has no provision in its Copyright Act to allow

Excuses for Not Obtaining Copyright Permission

Complying with copyright law takes copyright education, consistent application of the law and a person to guide others in your library or business towards doing the right thing

Canadian Copyright Law: What is the Duration of Copyright in Canada?

While copyright duration in the U.S. and Europe is now life of the author plus seventy years, Canadian copyright law has not, for the most part, extended the

Copyright risk management as key to copyright compliance – a short checklist

Learning to manage one's copyright risks is never easy. Below are six steps you can take to manage your day-to-day copyright issues. Copyright literacy awareness and education are

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