The copyright pentalogy : how the Supreme Court of Canada shook the foundations of Canadian copyright law /
- Publication info:
- Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, c2013.
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- The copyright pentalogy : how the Supreme Court of Canada shook the foundations of Canadian copyright law / edited by Michael Geist.
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Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, 2013
Also available on the Internet.
- Physical Description:
xii, 456 p. : ill.
Includes bibliographical references.
Table of Contents
- Introduction / Michael Geist
- Of reasonableness, fariness and the public interest : judicial review of copyright board decisions in Canada's copyright pentalogy / Graham Reynolds
- Courts and copyright : some thoughts on standard of review / Paul Daly
- The context of the Supreme Court's copyright cases / Margaret Ann Wilkinson
- Fair use 2.0 : the rebirth of fair dealing in Canada / Ariel Katz
- Fairness found : how Canada quietly shifted from fair dealing to fair use / Michael Geist
- The arithmetic of fair dealing at the Supreme Court of Canada / Giuseppina D'Agostino
- Fair dealing practices in the post-secondary education sector after the pentalogy / Samuel E. Trosow
- Fairness of use : different journeys / Meera Nair
- Technological neutrality : (pre)serving the purposes of copyright law / Carys J. Craig
- Technological neutrality in Canadian copyright law / Gregory R. Hagen
- Copyright royalty stacking / Jeremy de Beer
- The internet taxi: collective management of copyright and the making available right, after the pentalogy / Daniel Gervais
- Righting a right: entertainment software association v. SOCAN and the exclusive rights of copyright for works / Elizabeth F. Judge
- Acknowledging copyright?s illegitimate offspring: user-generated content and Canadian copyright Law / Teresa Scassa.