November 9, 2012 @ 06:35:21
New Copyright Act Is Now Officially Law
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After the publication of the Governor General Order in Council in the Canada Gazette, most parts of the Copyright Modernization Act are now in force.

As I explained after the Order in Council was posted online, the provisions relating to the adoption by Canada of the WIPO treaties will come into force when these treaties are officially in force in Canada.

The “notice and notice” provisions for ISPs (Sections 41.25, 41.26, and 41.27(3)) will not come into force until after regulations are adopted in this regard.

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