Winners of the "C61 in 61 Seconds" contest to create anti-Canadian-DMCA videos

Michael Geist's "C-61 in 61 Seconds" Youtube competition — in which netizens were encouraged to make 61-second videos explaining what was wrong with Canada's proposed equivalent to the US DMCA — has just come to end. Judges that include BNL's Stephen Page and Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian selected three entries as their winners.

The bill is dead — thanks to the election that was just called — but one thing we know about bad copyright legislation is that it's tenacious.

C-61 in 61 Seconds – The Winners