Conservative Party win may put copyright back on the agenda

Of all the IT issues that were on the table in this election (and which were, for the most part, ignored by all major parties), none carried more weight than Bill C-61, a piece of legislation to amend Canadian copyright law. Rafael Ruffolo has been following this story for the last year or so, and on today he talks with C-61’s most outspoken critic, Michael Geist, about what the future holds for Harper and his team as they prepare to lead yet another minority government.

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