Canadian RIAA calls for stronger copyright measures than in the US

An anonymous reader writes:

The Canadian Recording Industry Association's call for what is effectively a notice and termination approach to removing allegedly copyright infringing material. CRIA's counsel told a Parliamentary committee
that once an ISP receives notification that a subscriber is offering copyrighted works for download, the ISP "ought to kick that subscriber off the system." The approach would be the most radical worldwide as the proposed removal would presumably come without a court hearing or other due process. Given that CRIA lost its file sharing suit in Canada earlier this year, this would appear to be an end-around the court system by attempting to force ISPs to terminate subscriber service based on a mere allegation of activity that may or may not constitute copyright infringement.