Canadian DMCA cancelled (again) (for now)

As the Canadian DMCA turns: the government has cancelled its plans to revive the flagging Canadian version of the US's disastrous 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act:

The roller coaster that is the Canadian DMCA has taken another turn. Sometime between yesterday afternoon and this morning, the government decided to hold off. At 10:00 am this morning, the introduction of new government bills came and went without a new copyright bill. The Industry Minister's press secretary has advised journalists that the bill will not be introduced today or tomorrow. Since the House of Commons will break at the end of the week, the Canadian DMCA will not be introduced until at least late January.

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