‘Supreme Court of Canada on Copyright: “Copyright Law Does Not Exist Solely for the Benefit of Authors”’

“For much of the past two decades, copyright groups have steadfastly sought to deny what the Supreme Court of Canada has repeatedly endorsed, namely that the purpose of Canadian copyright law is to serve the public interest by balancing users’ and authors’ rights. Last week provided the latest episode in the ongoing series as the Court delivered yet another strong affirmation on the importance of copyright balance and the role of technological neutrality …” (more)

[Michael Geist, 20 July]

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