Oh look, the Government of Canada is tampering with submissions to its “open” consultation on copyright reform.

This issue has arisen because of the large number of Canadians that have chosen to use the CCER submission form service.  The service allows anyone to submit their comments by either using a form letter or modifying the content as they see fit.  The government has decided to treat virtually all submissions from the CCER IP address as the form letter and simply added the relevant name to a single copy of the letter.

Despite this possible setback, speaking out on copyright in Canada remains a very worthwhile endeavour.

Remember to make your voice heard by September 13th!

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