Current Heritage Minister vows to undo the work of previous Heritage Minister

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This article from the Globe and Mail describes Heritage Minister Hélène Schérrèr's initiative to close the "loophole in the Copyright Act that permits music downloading" - that is, the Blank Media Levy introduced in 1997 by Sheila Copps's Heritage Ministry.  The new Minister is promising new legislation "as quickly as possible" to override the BMG v.  Doe decision.  [Current Heritage Minister vows to undo the work of previous Heritage Minister]

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