Canadian legislature to rule on controversial copyright bill

Some have dubbed C-11 “Canada’s SOPA”

As the furor over copyright legislation dies down in the U.S., the controversy is heating up north of the border, where the Canadian legislature is debating the controversial Bill C-11.

The proposed legislation, first introduced in September 2011, represents the third attempt to strengthen Canada’s copyright laws since 2008.

Alanna Byrne

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