Users' rights petition tabled

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Peter Julian (Burnaby-New Westminster, NDP) tabled the first batch of signatures (187 of them) on our Users' Rights Petition in Parliament today.  Hansard transcript here. More are planned to be tabled in the near future; if you haven't signed yet, you still can, but please do it sooner rather than later.  Digital Copyright Canada has posted notes on the tabling of the petition including screencaps of the television coverage; and Owen Ferguson has Livejournal coverage of his (unsuccessful) attempt to watch from the gallery, along with some comments on democratic reform.  I also managed to get Slashdot to run an item about this.

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