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Guessing Tory Copyright

By Op-Ed Editor | April 4, 2006

Everyone in World O’Copyright speculates on what copyright legislation from the new Conservative government will look like, a sport encouraged by the relative silence of the government itself.

Michael Geist now has his speculations at his blog www.michaelgeist.ca

Like everyone trying this game, he combines an attempt at predicting Torythink (a market-based system of copyright?) with some wishful thinking (what would be done if they listened to him). But it’s an interesting outline, and much of it is rather attractive.

May be a while anyway. Nothing about copyright legislation in today’s Throne Speech.

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