A Conversation about Bill C-60

February 2006
Feliciter;2006, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p22
The article presents an interview with Bruce Stockfish, director general, Copyright Policy, Canadian Heritage, regarding Bill C-60. The bill gives several new rights to copyright holders, especially in the recording industry. With the present bill, the public interest is served in promoting artistic creation and economic innovation. The bill tries to create a balance on the interest of copyright owners and users by providing for rights in a limited fashion and providing exceptions to those specific rights.


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