Can Canadian cultural, broadcast, and telecommunications policies survive in the age of the Internet?

In an article in the Toronto Star, Professor Michael Geist finds a common thread among several recent Canadian matters - including satellite radio hearings, VOIP hearings, a recent Quebec court ruling that some regulations against gray market satellite TV are unconstitutional, the music downloading litigation, and copyright reform. That common thread is that the cultural policies that Canada imposes on these matters are not working. The article questions whether Canadian cultural, broadcast, and telecommunications policies (at least in their current form) can survive in the age of the Internet.

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GeneralDavid Canton