Re: Does U.S. and foreign copyright law have contradictory goals?

From: Bernard Katz <bkatz[_at_]uoguelph.ca>
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 19:07:29 -0400 (EDT)

John Lederer's response to Mark Wing is well taken. In Canada we have seen a similar shift developing in our legislation ever since the issuing of the so-called "Charter of Rights" white paper by the previous Conservative Government of the day. The current Bill C-32 (Phase II of the long-awaited amendments) reflects this trend as well. It seems that the "droit d'auteur" underpinnings are taking over from those espoused in centuries of British copyright legislation and case law. I do not welcome this change.

Bernard Katz, U of Guelph

              Guelph, Ontario
bkatz[_at_]uoguelph.ca Received on Fri Sep 20 1996 - 23:13:49 GMT

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