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Submission from B. Cameron Lesiuk received on July 27, 2001 11:05 PM via e-mail
Subject: Consultation Paper on Digital Copyright Issues
This email is in response for a request for comments regarding the Consultation Paper on Digital Copyright Issues, dated June 22, 2001 by the Intellectual Property Policy Directorate, Industry Canada, and by the Copyright Policy Branch, Canadian Heritage.
In case you are not aware of this article, I refer you to John Perry Barlow's excellent essay titled "The Economy of Ideas". It is from Wired Magazine, March 1994. It is extremely relevant to the discussion at hand.
I provide 2 HTML links below to access the article, as well as a version copied into this email verbatim.
B. Cameron Lesiuk, B. Eng.
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