Know your limit: The Canadian copyright review in the age of technological disruption
The Globe and Mail December 21, 2017
The Canadian government launched its much-anticipated copyright review last week, asking the standing committee on industry, science and technology to conduct a study on the issue that is likely to run for much of 2018. While the timelines suggest major changes will have to wait until after the next election, the report will be the foundation for future reforms to Canadian copyright law.
We won't know what the results of this review will be until it is completed in 2018 (or later). Since the review is happening, this promise is now marked as being achieved. More details and articles will be posted here when the review is complete and its results are known.