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Submission + - Copyright and Privacy, How Canadian Parties Stand (

Dangerous_Minds writes: ZeroPaid has reviewed six Canadian party platforms on two issues: online privacy and copyright. The results are quite interesting in what each party had to say. The Conservative party suggest they will re-introduce lawful access and DMCA-style copyright, the Liberal party wants to add personal use exceptions, the Bloc party wants to make ISPs liable for copyright infringement, the NDP didn't have much to say, the Green Party hardly said anything and the Pirate Party wants to expand fair dealing, decriminalize non-commercial infringement and protect online privacy. While it may not change some people's votes, the results are interesting nevertheless.
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