Lots of discussion around C-32, a copyright bill here in Canada.
I’m very unhappy with his use of language as if disagreeing with a bill somehow makes the citizens disagreeing ‘bad people’. Every bill needs discussion, needs people — not just politicians — debating its merits. If James Moore can’t handle that he’s in the wrong business. Labeling dissenters as radical extremists is a frightening choice of words for a Canadian politician.
Other useful links to check out:
Cory Doctorow giving a good summary of the issue with the digital locks proposed in the bill and his solution to allowing ‘creators’ to have control over their content — and not just the companies distributing the content as is the intent of C-32.
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