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Instead of reinventing the wheel, this post refers you to various blogs that summed up important copyright happenings in 2013. The 1709 Blog provides a month-by-month review of global 2013 copyright news. See 2013 – The Copyright Year. Law professor […]
A version of this post was originally published as an editorial in The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter. In light of the amendments to the Canadian Copyright
Big news on U.S. copyright reform. Today, Bob Goodlatte announced that the Judiciary Committee will conduct a comprehensive review of the U.S. law over the upcoming months. Bob Goodlatte
U.S. Copyright Laws in Congress U.S. copyright law is often the subject of bills, discussions on the Hill, and of course new legislation. The process of amending the U.S.
A consolidation of the Canadian Copyright Act that includes the provisions from the Copyright Modernization Act (CMA) has been made by the Department of Justice and is available
7 November 2012: Today is an important day for Canadian Copyright Law. Many of the provisions in Bill C-11, the Copyright Modernization Act (CMA), were proclaimed this morning and
Snippets from issue 3, 2012 volume of The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter: “Have you ever been emailed a photograph of yourself, or come across one on a blog
The October 2012 issue of the LEH-Letter: Copyright, New Media Law & E-Commerce News is now available. See previous 2012
Copyright at the international level is facing challenges similar to domestic copyright laws. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is continuously re-examining its own role in copyright issues.
The summer of 2012 was an important time for Canadian copyright law: On June 29, 2012, the Copyright Modernization Act received Royal Assent, and after 15 years and many