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You also might be interested in the CCC's collection of its member organizations' briefs on the Status of the Artist submitted to the Ontario government as it readies new legislation.
The document constituted compliance with Section 92 of the Copyright Act, enacted with a series of amendments in 1997 (Bill C-32).
The table of contents to this practical guide includes a section describing copyright and giving a brief history of copyright and droit d'auteur (What is Copyright?), a section on traditional knowledge and indigenous artists' issues (What is Traditional Knowledge?), and a section describing the international organizations and trade treaties dealing with creators' rights (the TRIPs Agreement, WIPO, the WIPO treaties, UNESCO and the WTO).
A study of the effects of copyright in the professional practice of working artists in Canada and Quebec, prepared by Toronto journalist John Lorinc, and Montreal lawyer, Maryse Beaulieu. (Produced with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage).
The study of the English Canadian milieu prepared for the national study of copyright and the status of individual freelance artists in the media marketplace. (Produced with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage.)
A review of the arguments coming from the Copyleft and the Open Source movements concerning copyright and the Internet, including an analysis creative commons licenses. This study was produced for the Creator' Rights Alliance/ Alliance pour les droits des créateurs with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage.
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