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Moore, Kelly
February 2010
Feliciter;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p6
The article offers information on the advocy and activities of the Canadian Library Association. It mentions that the association is monitoring the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) regarding limitations and exceptions on copyright and any related rights. It also aims to develop the performance of organizational structure by assessing its activities and policies to support their work and mission. It also offers information on the upcoming conference and trade show in 2010.


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