The education exemption in Bill C-32 needs to be rethought. Not only does it unilaterally claw back rights that have been recognized for centuries, it will likely end up doing more damage to education in this country than good, by disrupting the delicate ecosystem that has allowed publishers, creators, and educators to develop curricula relevant to the Canadian context.
Nino Ricci delivers the keynote address at Access Copyright’s 2011 AGM, speaking on Canada’s proposed new copyright legislation, Bill C-32. Friday, March 25th, 2011 at 1 PM in the Regatta Room of the Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto.What did you learn in school today? Sharing.