CIPPIC responds to Bulte Report on Copyright Reform

| June 21, 2004
Together with the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), CIPPIC issued a highly critical response to the Interim Report on Copyright Reform released by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage last month. CIPPIC and PIAC state that the report ignores key evidence and submissions by public interest groups, and lacks reasoning for some key recommendations. They call for rejection of the report and for a more balanced approach to copyright reform in Canada. News Release: Public Interest Groups Make Internet an Election Issue