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COPYRIGHT REFORM PROCESS
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Submission from Sam Coleman received on September 8, 2001 via e-mail
Subject: Canadian Copyright ReformTo Government Canada and all of its concerning agencies.
I write to express my concern regarding the Consultation Paper on Digital Copyright Issues (CPCDI).
The US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), gives far too much power to publishers at the expense of individuals' rights. The DMCA in the United States is already being met with dissaproval. So I only write to say that I strongly oppose this.
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