C-60 comes up in Question Period

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Mrs. Joy Smith (Kildonan-St.  Paul, CPC) continued the Conservative Party's campaign against Bill C-60 (copyright) with a question in Question Period yesterday.  They seem to be focused on the rules for educational use, which are claimed to forbid educators from using publicly-available material from the Net.  I'm glad they're objecting to that, and I wish the other parties would, but I also think it's pretty far from the top of the list of most important copyright-reform issues, so I wish the more important points would get covered too.  And hey, here's the list; that posting is more than three years old, but the issues in it still haven't changed much.

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