Canadian DCMA Introduced, Baird Mocked At Bali, Mulroney Claims Innocence: It's All About The Tories Today
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Canadian DCMA Introduced, Baird Mocked At Bali, Mulroney Claims Innocence: It’s All About The Tories Today

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Canadian DMCA to be introduced to Parliament today? That’s what a lot of sources are saying, and the bill will likely be an abomination, essentially outlawing, among other things, freeware hacks for the iPod, automatic intellectual property rights for research purposes, making copies for your own personal use, and the above image.
Al Gore rips into John Baird at the Bali conference. So, with two of the most pressing legal issues of the new century being intellectual property rights and the environment, the Tories are batting zero-for-two.
Shorter Brian Mulroney: “Sure, taking that money might have been stupid, but it wasn’t illegal.
The Foreign Affairs Department has quietly developed plans to keep a provincial reconstruction base in Kandahar through 2015. Why, it’s almost as if Stephen Harper wants to be prepared for a longer military engagement!
Atonement leads Golden Globes race with seven nominations. Among its nominations were Best Drama, Best Actor For James McAvoy, and Skinniest Actress for Keira Knightley.
Finally, Ike Turner passes at 76. Now he will be slapping them bitches around up in Heaven. (Or not, if you prefer.)
Original image from sudburyconservative.ca.

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