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Tech Companies Say Don’t Blame Canada For Copyright Problems

February 20th, 2010 02:13 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The Computer & Communications Industry Association, which includes a who’s-who of the tech world, including Microsoft, Google, T-Mobile, Fujitsu, AMD, eBay, Intuit, Oracle, and Yahoo, has issued a strong defense of current Canadian copyright law, arguing that the US is wrong to place Canada on the annual Special 301 list. The submission argues that the US should not criticize Canada for not implementing anti-circumvention rules (PDF) and warns against using the Special 301 process to ‘remake the world in the image of the DMCA.’”

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