The Canadian legal tradition strives to balance the rights of copyright holders with public needs to engage with copyright protected material, but there is now a substantial gap between what people actually do with cultural forms and how the law understands those practices. Digital technologies continue to shape new forms of cultural production, circulation, and distribution that challenge both the practicality and the desirability of Canada's fair dealing provisions.
|Title of host publication||Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Culture Online|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|