A key argument for Internet censorship is that film and TV is dying in Canada. It appears the numbers show otherwise.
It’s not a well kept secret, but it is facts like this that copyright holders would rather keep quiet when discussing online piracy. This isn’t
Many observers who take particular interest in Canadian issues surrounding copyright might find this to be a broken record, but a copyright lobby group is,
With rumblings of elections, thanks to a budget bill, copyright reform that was promised in the Fall but never delivered, and increasing pressure from both
While copyright reform seems unlikely to hit this fall at this point, that doesn’t stop Canadians from raising their voices over copyright.