“Canadian DMCA” defends DRM, legalizes DVRs

2 06 2010

Canada’s long-awaited copyright modernization bill appeared today. If passed, it would explicitly legalize DVRs, YouTube mashups, backups, and parodies—and it would slap strong, US-style restrictions on bypassing DRM.

Forget fair dealing; as in the US, digital locks trump all.

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