Canada's DMCA dissected

On the heels of the introduction of Canada's Bill C-60, a Made-in-Canada version of the DMCA, Michael Geist has posted several long, thoughtful blog posts about the bill's effects on different interests: search engines, ISPs, and P2P users:

While Bill C-60 therefore contains extensive provisions to cover uploading, downloading on peer-to-peer systems remains largely untouched (with the exception described above). Many experts believe that peer-to-peer downloading is covered by the private copying levy, though CRIA disputes that interpretation.


(Thanks, Steve!)