From "radical extremism" to "balanced copyright" : Canadian copyright and the digital agenda /
- Publication info:
- Toronto : Irwin Law, 2010.
- EBook, Book, Online
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
|Due: Jan 20, 2020||LAW-BOOK|
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- Corporate Subject:
- From "radical extremism" to "balanced copyright" : Canadian copyright and the digital agenda / edited by Michael Geist.
- Other Authors:
Toronto : Irwin Law, 2010
- Portion of Title:
- Canadian copyright and the digital agenda
Also available on the Internet.
- Local Note:
Osgoodiana copy in original publisher's paperback binding.
- Physical Description:
vi, 651 p. ; 23 cm.
- Technical Details:
Mode of access: Internet via the World Wide Web.
- Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Access:Access to Internet version restricted to York University faculty, students and staff with a York University IP address.
Table of Contents
- Copyright: characteristics of Canadian reform / Sara Bannerman
- North American digital copyright, regional governance, and the potential for variation / Blayne Haggart
- History in the balance: copyright and access to knowledge / Myra Tawfik
- Fair dealing at a crossroads / Meera Nair
- The art of selling chocolate: remarks on copyright's domain / Abraham Drassinower
- Réforme du droit d'auteur et interprétation judiciaire / Mistrale Goudreau
- Locking out lawful users: fair dealing and anti-circumvention in Bill C-32 / Carys Craig
- The case fo flexibility in implememnting the WIPO internet treaties: an examination of the anti-circumvention requirements / Michael Geist
- Digital locks and the automation of virtue / Ian Kerr
- The protection of rights management information: modernization or cup half full? / Mark Perry
- How virtue ethics might help erase C-32's conceptual incoherence / David Lametti
- "Modernizing" ISP copyright liability / Gregory R. Hagen
- Towards a right to engage in the fair transformative use of copyright-protected expression / Graham Reynolds
- An "independent" view of Bill C-32's copyright reform / Tina Piper
- User-generated content and music file-sharing: a look at some of the more interesting aspects of Bill C-32 / Daniel Gervais
- Culture matters: why Canada's proposed amendments to its copyright law should revisit moral rights / Mira T. Sundara Rajan
- Copyright, collectives, and contracts: new math for educational institutions and libraries / Margaret Ann Wilkinson
- Bill C-32 and the educational sector: overcoming impediments to fair dealing / Samuel E. Trosow
- Copyright reform and fact-based works / Teresa Scassa
- Enabling access and reuse of public sector information in Canada: Crown Commons licenses, copyright, and public sector information / Elizabeth F. Judge.