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NOTORIOUS VR 02-06-2012 09:21 AM

Stop Canadian SOPA!!!!
 
http://www.ccer.ca/send-a-letter-to-...canadian-dmca/

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On September 29th, 2011 the recently re-elected Conservative Government reintroduced the Copyright Modernization Act, Bill C-11 (previously Bill C-32). Given that the Conservatives now hold the majority of seats in the House, the quick and easy passage of this ‘Made In America’ legislation is no more a matter of ‘will it pass’ but a matter of ‘just how quickly will it pass.’

Heritage Minister James Moore has indicated that once Bill C-11 reaches the committee stage, witnesses who appeared before the old C-32 committee will not be heard from again. This despite that fact that there is a new Industry Minister on this portfolio. This move coupled by Moore’s confirmation that the committee will be meeting for extended hours each week and the fact that appeasing the United States has emerged as a bigger Conservative priority than making good on their promise to scrap the wasteful long gun registry.

Although Bill C-11 appears to be more flexible than the previous attempts at copyright reform, this bill is flawed to its core by the inclusion of strict, anti-circumvention provisions. Understandably, Canadians are concerned at how easily their rights are trumped by the overriding protection for digital locks included in this legislation and it is to this effect that the CCER has updated its online letter writing tool. It is essential that Canadians speak out about their concerns with Bill C-11 while it is still open to amendments.

http://www.ccer.ca/wp-content/upload...10/compare.jpg


http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/right...212657243.html

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Bill C-11 could bring SOPA-like online piracy laws to Canada


By Chase Kell
Associate Editor
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By Chase Kell | The Right Click – Thu, 26 Jan, 2012

Laptop shows Wikipedia's blacked out opening page on January 18, 2012.

As the murky status of SOPA and PIPA keeps us in a fog, a Canadian digital policy expert warns us of a clandestine campaign to bring similar online piracy laws north of the border.

The Stop Online Piracy Act was effectively shelved - for the time being - by the U.S. House of Representatives last week. What has been dubbed the "largest online protest in history" appeared to ruffle some feathers in Congress, but Michael Geist, Internet and ecommerce law professor at the University of Ottawa, has warned of a SOPA-like bill to be reintroduced before the House of Commons in the near future.

In a recent post to his personal blog, Geist delves into Bill C-11, a copyright reform legislation that could allow our country to become "a prime target for SOPA-style rules."
"Lobby groups are likely to intensify their efforts to export SOPA-like rules to other countries," explains Geist. "In fact, a close review of the unpublished submissions to the Bill C-32 legislative committee reveals that several groups have laid the groundwork to add SOPA-like rules into Bill C-11, including blocking websites and expanding the 'enabler provision' to target a wider range of websites."

One of Geist's major concerns lies in an effort to expand on the "enabler provision" of Bill C-11. As Jameson Berkow explains in a Financial Post story, "groups such as the Canadian Independent Music Association and the Entertainment Software Association of Canada have been advocating for Ottawa to expand the provision to allow them to go after not just sites containing copyright-infringing content, but also those 'enabling' acts of infringement as well."

Similar to the proponents of SOPA, which largely consists of Hollywood film studios and major record labels, the bulk of those supporting the reintroduction of Bill C-11 earn their keep in the entertainment industry. They argue that a lack of substantial anti-piracy legislation has and will continue to put millions of industry jobs at risk.

Yet Google Inc., perhaps the largest presence to stand against SOPA-style legislation, has argued that such rules, had they been implemented back in 2004, would have made it impossible for YouTube to exist, let alone flourish into the world's largest online video service.

Geist was one of the first to raise awareness of the Canadian implications of SOPA, and his latest blog on Bill C-11 has done much of the same. But Barry Sookman, partner in the Toronto office of McCarthy Tétrault LLP, is quick to discredit Geist's arguments.

"Even if Bill C-11 is amended to cover sites that are primarily designed, operated or used to enable infringement or which induce infringement it would still be inconceivable that the section could be used 'to shut down mainstream sites such as YouTube' as he claims," said Sookman in the Financial Post. "Michael Geist's blog post fails to point out that Section 27(2.4) of Bill C-11 has six factors that a court must consider before it can conclude that a site is liable for enablement. It is not remotely possible that mainstream sites such as YouTube could be caught."

Stay tuned, folks. It looks like the polarizing battle for anti-piracy legislation will continue for Canadians, as well as our neighbours to the south.
Canadians, Please Take Action: http://www.ccer.ca/letter-wizard-enter/

ZiMMie 02-06-2012 10:16 AM

Signed!

bmdbley'sBro 02-06-2012 12:03 PM

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Ontario Privacy Commish on Online Spying Bills (CBC interview)




they call spying on you in realtime & censoring what you see 'lawful access'
they might as well say they need to put video camera's in our living rooms to keep us 'safe'

SUPERCHARGED 02-06-2012 03:40 PM

Signed*uzi**uzi**uzi*

AMG_POWER 02-06-2012 07:34 PM

signed, now im afraid to download stuff. What if this law will get in effect and I wont kow about it.

Shit this world is getting so boring. No speeding, No drugs, no downloading, no rollerblading in the mall, no smoking, No drinking in public, No this no that, shiiiiiiiiit. I think its time to move back to Ukraine lol ))))

5style 02-06-2012 09:12 PM

signed a long time ago, looks like the government is trying their hardest to slip this one through.

DIY 02-07-2012 12:35 AM

*th-up*

Jim .E. 02-07-2012 10:47 AM

signed

Colombian 02-07-2012 12:28 PM

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Originally Posted by AMG_POWER (Post 1547497)
signed, now im afraid to download stuff. What if this law will get in effect and I wont kow about it.

Shit this world is getting so boring. No speeding, No drugs, no downloading, no rollerblading in the mall, no smoking, No drinking in public, No this no that, shiiiiiiiiit. I think its time to move back to Ukraine lol ))))



hahhaha welcome to Canada.. I know what u mean.. Not of this bullshit down in Colombia either!!!*th-up*

Colombian 02-07-2012 12:34 PM

signed too..

NOTORIOUS VR 02-07-2012 01:26 PM

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Originally Posted by AMG_POWER (Post 1547497)
signed, now im afraid to download stuff. What if this law will get in effect and I wont kow about it.

Shit this world is getting so boring. No speeding, No drugs, no downloading, no rollerblading in the mall, no smoking, No drinking in public, No this no that, shiiiiiiiiit. I think its time to move back to Ukraine lol ))))

yeah, and it's obviously just the start... as time passes on the Government was to know everything you do and control it to the last detail.

I would definitely say the current generation is going to have the last of the best time here (in the world). The new generations are going to have a lot of different crap to deal with and possibly already molded to accept the new "terms" more easily.

5style 02-07-2012 02:11 PM

NWO, guess it wasn't a lie

Colombian 02-08-2012 01:03 PM

i think we are doomed.. here is the official response from Burlington:

"Thank you for your e-mail and for sharing your views with me. Our Government recognizes the critical role modern copyright laws play in protecting and creating jobs in Canada’s digital economy. This legislation will ensure that Canada’s copyright laws are modern, flexible and in line with current international standards. It will encourage new ideas and protect the rights of Canadians whose research, development and artistic creativity strengthen our economy. This legislation is the result of one of the largest consultations of its kind in Canadian history. The Government acknowledges the extensive review and input already provided by stakeholders and Parliamentarians on the copyright modernization bill introduced in the last Parliament. From that process, the message from Canadians is clear, Canada urgently needs to pass legislation to update its Copyright Act. By reintroducing this Bill without changes, the Government is reiterating its support for a balanced approach to copyright reform. This was also promised in our platform in the previous election (page 15).

Sincerely,

Mike Wallace "


and thats why i voted NDP !!

5style 02-08-2012 04:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Colombian (Post 1547835)
i think we are doomed.. here is the official response from Burlington:

"Thank you for your e-mail and for sharing your views with me. Our Government recognizes the critical role modern copyright laws play in protecting and creating jobs in Canada’s digital economy. This legislation will ensure that Canada’s copyright laws are modern, flexible and in line with current international standards. It will encourage new ideas and protect the rights of Canadians whose research, development and artistic creativity strengthen our economy. This legislation is the result of one of the largest consultations of its kind in Canadian history. The Government acknowledges the extensive review and input already provided by stakeholders and Parliamentarians on the copyright modernization bill introduced in the last Parliament. From that process, the message from Canadians is clear, Canada urgently needs to pass legislation to update its Copyright Act. By reintroducing this Bill without changes, the Government is reiterating its support for a balanced approach to copyright reform. This was also promised in our platform in the previous election (page 15).

Sincerely,

Mike Wallace "


and thats why i voted NDP !!

I got the EXACT SAME LETTER from Brad Butt, streetsville mp. Facking Conservatards. The best part is everyone was so pro conservatards , even on max. Good job folks! Enjoy your police state .fcplm fcplm

bmdbley'sBro 02-13-2012 04:52 PM

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Get Up Stand Up! Harper wants Police to spy on ALL Canadians with no warrants



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The Harper Regime plans to introduce Bill C-51 on Monday Feb 13, 2012 that will allow Police to spy on ALL Canadians with no warrants.

The Harper Regime is about to kill your internet privacy, The plan is to force every phone and Internet provider to surrender our personal information to "authorities" without a warrant.

SHARE if you are against the government spying on citizens. Harper wants to allow police to spy on all Canadians without warrants. Bill C-51 is being introduced on Monday. It is an infringement of our privacy rights, and our fundamental civil rights. Canadians its time to take a stand. Freedom is calling and we must all share the information and alert the Canadian public.

ALL Canadians Contact your MP here via phone or email by postal code: http://www.parl.gc.ca/Parlinfo/Compi.../HouseOfCommon...

Petition: http://stopspying.ca/
Attn: Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Attn: Minister of Justice Rob Nicholson
Attn: Public Safety Minister Vic Toews

News Articles Detailing Proposed Canadian Internet Surveillance Bill C-51 Disappear From Web Today story broken by Occupy Canada
source: http://jeromiewilliams.com/2012/02/1...articles-detai...

READ BILL C-51: Legislative Summary of Bill C-51
source: http://www.parl.gc.ca/About/Parliame...slativeSummari...

Harper Government wants Police to spy on ALL Canadians with no warrantsVideo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnE2lOpYLQ8

Macleans: Harper's promise: a warrantless online police surveillance statesource: http://www2.macleans.ca/2011/04/13/h...promise-a-warr...

"As an example of the new powers, Geist said authorities would be able to use equipment to isolate cellphone numbers of people attending a protest, and then be able to ask a cellphone company to disclose personal information of the people attached to those cellphone numbers." source: http://www.canada.com/technology/cou...+window+police...

Bill C-51 will turn ISPs into Police Internet gatekeepers
The bill would make it mandatory for telecom providers, ISPs and search engines to monitor, store, retain and not disclose e-mail, Internet and telephone communications at the request of law and security officials. No warrant necessary.
source: Globe and Mail http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/...ogy/digital-cu...

Ontario Privacy Commish on Online Spying Bills (CBC interview)
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaF-tKxpdaE

'Lawful Access' Online Spying Law Could Kill Small Internet Providers In Canada, Industry Group Says
source: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/11...ful-access-onl...

Canadian judges and politicians have grown too old and out of touch with the reality of today's digital world to be trusted to make sound decisions about privacy rights, Ontario's privacy watchdog has warned. Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian believes will amount to a major breach of rights and freedoms.
"We are talking about the expansion of surveillance without judicial authorization. THIS SHOULD SCARE YOU," she said.
source: http://news.nationalpost.com/2011/11...adas-expanding...

Americans shocked Harper crime bill gives more time to pot growers than pedophiles
source: http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/canad...ics/americans-...

Marijuana growers to face more jail than child rapists under Harper's new omnibus bill- Source: http://www.vancouversun.com/business...rmoney/COLUMN+...

Harsher sentences for pot growers than for pedophiles caught PM's eye: documents
source: http://www.thestar.com/news/article/1126546

A YouTube video shot in Toronto's downtown Dundas Square features someone with Occupy Canada preaching to Canadians to join rallies in their cities as part of a rising "global consciousness."

"We wrestle not against flesh or blood, not against Muslim, not against Christian, not against black, not against white -- but against powers, against spiritual wickedness in high places, against the rulers of darkness of this world, and that is the truth -- and we wrestle not against each other but ... against the corrupt powers of this world," -Derek Soberal

CBC News source: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/.../14/occupy-can...
sorry for info overloead, but yeah


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