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Finding middle ground 1 edition

Finding middle ground
Michelle Lee

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Finding middle ground
copyright, technology and the Canadian music industry
by Michelle Lee.

Published 2005 .
Written in English.

About the Book

The Canadian music industry has suffered from illegal filesharing on peer-to-peer networks. In order for the music industry to maximize the Internet's distribution and commercial benefits, technological and legal changes are necessary. The industry must employ technological protection measures (TPMs) and data rights management (DRM) to control dissemination of online music while the copyright laws must be amended to protect their use. Opponents to these changes fear a lock-down of content, which they argue, will hinder innovation and creativity and will create an imbalance that goes against Canadian copyright policy. This is simply not the case. Legally sanctioned use of TPMs and DRMs will give creators greater confidence to share their works online and in return, the public will have access to a greater variety of digital music, which will foster creativity and innovation in the long-run.

Edition Notes

Thesis (LL.M.)-University of Toronto, 2005.

Includes bibliographical references.

ROBARTS MICROTEXT copy on microfiche (2 microfiches).

Other Titles
Copyright, technology and the Canadian music industry

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v, 107 leaves ;
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