AUCC shares its perspective on copyright changes

February 4, 2011

In its submission to the House of Commons Legislative Committee on Bill C-32, An Act to amend the Copyright Act, the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada recommends a proposed requirement to destroy reproductions of lessons be eliminated, noting that requiring lessons to be redeveloped over and over again "would waste educational resources and discourage the use of online learning in Canada." Other issues and recommendations focus on statutory damages, fair dealing, digital locks, and library exceptions. Read the submission