Internet Campaign Argues Against Canadian Copyright Bill

12/01/10 12:44PM By Samantha Fields
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An associate professor of law at McGill University says a massive Internet campaign against a bill that reworks the copyright laws in Canada is successfully arguing for users' rights.

Speaking on Vermont Edition, David Lametti told host Jane Lindholm that people using social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are opposed to a new copyright bill that would significantly update how consumers and other users are allowed to use copyrighted material like music, video games, and ebooks.

Click on the Listen icon to hear Jane Lindholm's interview with Professor Lametti.

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