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April 20th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Canadian Heritage committee  I mentioned a situation we are currently experiencing. This is not fair use in the American sense. Our framework is that of Canadian fair dealing. Despite the fact that the dealing list is limited in Canada, the concept of equity must be determined on a case-by-case basis. We ar

April 20th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Canadian Heritage committee  I'll give you a somewhat more concrete example. For example, in the United States, you may have heard of the Google project to digitize all literary works in the world. They have somewhat limited the agreement they signed, but they want to digitize all literary works. They take t

April 20th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Canadian Heritage committee  First, I think there's a difference between flexibility and neutrality of the legislation with regard to technology. Those are two completely different things. I think that people often confuse the two and believe that we need flexibility to adapt to everything that might arise a

April 20th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy

Canadian Heritage committee  I will start. Following me will be Danièle Simpson, and then Glenn Rollans, followed by Marie-Louise Nadeau, and then André Cornellier. We will try to keep it at 10 minutes or less. Good morning. Thank you for the opportunity to appear before the committee. My name is Roanie L

April 20th, 2010Committee meeting

Roanie Levy