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Negotiating copyright in online creative spaces: how Canadian fan writers navigate and learn about law
The Internet makes it easier than ever for users to access, transform or "remix", and distribute content. This technological and cultural revolution makes creators of us all - and makes copyright more relevant to more ...
OA policies & traditional publishing agreements: Status of non-exclusive licenses in Canadian copyright law?
To ease the problem of paywall-blocked access to scholarly articles arising from publicly funded research, some universities have adopted a rights-retention OA policy. In this type of policy, faculty grant to the university ...
CUSMA & Technical Protection Measures
If CUSMA (aka USMCA or MUSCA) is ratified it will severely limit the ability of the Canadian Government to limit the impact technical protection measures on Canadians and Canadian libraries. Section 41 of the Copyright Act ...