Remixes, mash-ups, and sampling have revolutionized the way public consumes music and media in the 1990s and early 2000s. Policymakers just started to navigate this uncharted territory.
How has the Canadian Copyright Modernization Act recognized these cultural shifts? Is it enough?
This week’s expert guests are:
- Jeremy de Beer – lawyer, consultant, and Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa
- Teresa Scassa – Canada Research Chair in Information Law, Professor at the University of Ottawa
- Mark Ronson – Producer, Musician, DJ