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    .....to target P2P swapping

    OTTAWA - The federal government announced several proposed changes to Canada's Copyright Act on Thursday, aimed at stopping file sharing using programs like Kazaa.

    If the amendments become law, internet service providers would be forced to make records of users who swap large numbers of songs or other material like movies and television programs online.

    According to the announcement, the changes would "clarify that the unauthorized posting or the peer-to-peer file-sharing of material on the Internet will constitute an infringement of copyright.

    "It will also be made clear that private copies of sound recordings cannot be uploaded or further distributed."

    The proposed amendments are expected to be introduced in the House of Commons later in the spring.


    In my opinion the RIAA is putting pressure on them.....CANADA didnt used to give a crap 1 way or the other.........

    Its all METALLICA'S fault for starting this and ruining a once safe activity!!

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    get real dude, the laws are in place and being updated to stop illegal activity on the net if canada didnt used to give a * then thats bad on the part of canada , fair is fair and if its law in one state or country then all should be the same.and dont blame metallica would you want to work your butt off and then find out half your money was lost due to file sharers.i think not you talk rubbish. the www is used far too much already for illegal activities and if this is one that can be stamped out then good on them.


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