While the full talk discussed recent attempts at copyright reform, I’ve pulled the discussion on C-32 into its own video.
The 16 minute talk – a combination of slides and audio (recorded off an iPhone so excuse the quality) – is available online and posted below.
Michael Geist – Michael Geist’s Blog
[Geist is the Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law at the University of Ottawa. He can be reached by email at mgeist @ uottawa dot ca]
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