Opinion: Canadian digital copyright bill falls short

06/27/2005 | Toronto Star, The

In an opinion piece, University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist says Bill C-60, the Canadian government's proposed digital copyright reform bill, places "suffocating" restrictions on schools and libraries. He outlines several reforms, including the digitization of every Canadian book ever published, to give Canadians better access to information and spur economic growth.

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