Everything tagged: Copyright
Earlier this week, CARL and CFLA released their submissions to the Consultation on Options for Reform of the Copyright Board of Canada.
News October 5, 2017
The consultations will be open from August 9 to September 29.
News August 9, 2017
Several library and information management organizations have submitted responses to the consultations.
News July 20, 2017
Policy Options is publishing a series of analyses of the current state of the copyright regime in Canada, what should be changed, and what should be left alone.
News June 19, 2017
Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Statement in Support of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week
CARL today released a statement on the value of fair dealing, in conjunction with Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2017.
News February 21, 2017
Canada today became the key 20th nation to accede to the Marrakesh Treaty, which will bring the Treaty into force in three month’s time on September 30, 2016.
News June 30, 2016
CNIB Receives $2 Million to Support Production of Alternate Format Published Materials for People with Print Disabilities
Yesterday, the Government of Canada announced $2 million in funding for the CNIB to continue supporting its production of alternate format published materials for people with print disabilities.
News June 14, 2016
US Releases Report on Protection of American IP Rights Across the World; Canada Remains on Watch List
The United States Trade Representative (USTR) released the 2016 “Special 301” Report on the global state of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection and enforcement.
News April 27, 2016
IFLA and Other Library Organizations Respond to Comments About Libraries Made by Arnaud Nourry, CEO of Hachette Livre
The International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) has co-signed a letter in response to comments made by Hachette Livre CEO Arnaud Nourry at the International Publishers’ Congress.
News April 14, 2016
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement Public Consultations: Time To Object To Copyright Term Extension
Dr. Jean Dryden, a leading expert on Canadian copyright, is calling on the Canadian information community to use the public consultation process and let MPs know their concerns with the copyright provisions of the TPP.
News April 8, 2016