This submission elucidates 8 basic principles, and 11 pragmatic recommendations to guide copyright reform. Canadian copyright reform is long overdue, especially in comparison to the progress made in other jurisdictions. The modernization proposed herein is in the public interest as it aims to better protect creators‘ rights so as to foster innovation, creativity, competition, and investment and position Canada as a leader in the global, digital economy.
"Copyright Reform for Canada: What Should We Do?, Copyright Consultations Submission."
Osgoode Hall Review of Law and Policy
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