Copyright Bill C-32– who gains, who loses?

February 28, 2011 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

In this post, I depart from my usual format of reflections. Copyright and the creative and intellectual copy of its creators is important in this time, and has far-reaching implications.

Writers organizations, actors, screen writers and artists have made their objections to government regarding the long-term consequences of the act, should it be passed as it stands. Being a writer myself, I need to pay attention and act. As an editor and member of the Editors’ Association of Canada, I am aware that the bill, should it be passed, will have major implications on work available to us.

What I do know is that writers and those who create will suffer. Nino Ricci and other authors express their deep concerns in the video on this site.

For more information, read here and here.


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