Presumptive copyright criminals in Canada?

13Jun08

C-61Ci risiamo. In Canada si propone un nuova legge sul copyright (C-61) che, citando l’ottima sintesi di BoingBoing, “imports the worst elements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, turning millions of Canadians into presumptive criminals who will be forever at risk of losing their property, privacy and dignity for the “crimes” of posting a clip to YouTube, breaking the DRM on a CD, or using a region-free DVD player”. Ma come? Dopo tutte le critiche (e inutilità) per simili legislazioni, e ora che perfino il DRM viene abbandonato dalle major? Meno male che la mobilitazione continua a montare, incluso un ottimo video realizzato da Open Source Cinema.



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