The Coming Battle Over Education and Copyright

Michael Geist, Aug 29, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Nothing we haven't seen here before, but it's nice to have a clear statement of the issue. "Today Canadian universities spend millions in copyright licenses that are arguably unnecessary. This expenditure effectively represents a subsidy to Canadian publishers from taxpayers as well as from students who are facing escalating tuition fees at a time that they can scarcely cover their monthly rent." Hear, hear.
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