We are seeing a cultural shift in the way Canadians create, engage with, and consume music. Is the Copyright Modernization Act responding to technology that allows us to remix, mash-up and sample music and media?
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 atContinue reading “Copyright Modernization”