Canadian copyright consultation drawing to a close - time to contact your MP

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4 Responses to “Canadian copyright consultation drawing to a close - time to contact your MP”

  1. Hakuin says:

    it has to be done, the democratic appeal to their plain duty as elected reps,  but the simple fact is they have no intent at all to listen and will continue to work against the Canadian people on behalf of their corporate backers.  The only (and faint) hope is to continue to publicly expose their criminality and breaches of trust. Perhaps a critical mass will be reached.

  2. Shinkuhadoken says:

    It’s hard for me to believe that this is the kind of Canada these Conservatives want to live in, want their families to live in, want their friends to live in.

    As much as they have complained about the long gun registry being too much government in lawful citizens lives, why they think unlimited punishment without court oversite for whatever offense any international company wants to take against any Canadian is so much better is beyond me. A darkened Internet stifled of free speech is not the hallmark of a free society.

  3. Can we add a demand that we resource the legal defense funds of those of us who will undoubtedly be called upon to act on behalf of those who act on behalf of those creators (and we are all users) ? http://www.artistslegaloutreach.ca/blog/legislative-committee-bill-c-11text-statement

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