What could Tory copyright look like under Harper government?

If Canadian law were changed to make the list of uses illustrative rather than exhaustive, CD purchasers could lawfully copy their store-bought music without the need for an additional levy (as Australia is currently considering), while the education community and collectives would find a middle-ground that would allow for fair uses of internet materials in the classroom without compensation, but require licenses for more comprehensive uses.—What could Tory copyright look like under Harper government?


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