Cineplex, one of the organizers lobbying for Internet censorship in Canada, is currently experiencing record breaking profits.
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) has hit a somewhat familiar bump towards ratification thanks to Italy.
Last weeks cabinet shuffle means that Canadians concerned about copyright will be seeing new faces at the federal level.
A recent court ruling in Quebec says that government mandated ISP level site blocking is unconstitutional.
It’s no secret that various corporate rights holders have been filing lawsuits in Canada. Now, the movie industry is denying that they’ve done so.
It appears that Music Canada is not the only one calling on the Canadian government to hand them free money. The CPCC is also wanting a $160 Million bailout.
Just months ago, commentators seem to be sure that NAFTA was on the verge of completion. Now, recent political rhetoric is casting doubt on that.
Canada’s RIAA, Music Canada, has asked the Canadian government for a free $160 million handout. Says it’s how to fairly compensate artists for their work.
Just as things didn’t seem to be any worse for the lobbying efforts behind Internet censorship, Fairplay Canada is now in the midst of political controversy.
In another blow to bring censorship to Canada, the Canadian House of Commons Ethics committee recommended rejecting Internet censorship.