Canadian free software/open source advocates fight the Canadian DMCA

Canadian open source/free software advocates have formed a new organization to fight the Canadian DMCA, AKA Bill C-61, the proposed new copyright legislation:
“The copyright philosophy behind the U.S. DMCA is that it’s illegal to do what software engineers do every day of the week and what they’ll have to continue to do in order to build better technology for all companies,” Bob Young, spokesperson for the Canadian Software Innovation Alliance (CSIA) and a former founder and CEO at Red Hat Inc., said. “The biggest concern is we’re going to have law substitute for good technology. We’re crafting these laws without having anyone from the technology industry engaged in the process.”
Link, Link to CSIA white paper (Thanks, David!)