This week’s Throne Speech by the federal government suggests Canada is about to take another crack at coming up with changes to the way intellectual property is managed, copyright experts warn.

Buried amid the proposals for increased tax cuts, changes to environmental policies and an anti-crime law was direct mention of possible revisions to the Copyright Act of Canada in the speech delivered by Governor-General Micha



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