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Pancakes or Prayer? Restaurant Sues Church

Claiming an infringement on their copyright, the International House of Pancakes has sued the International House of Prayer. The IHOP restaurant is known for preparing pancakes and other breakfast items and for many restaurants, serving food 24/7 everyday of the…

The stakes of copyright reform

Not many government bills cause so much debate as C-32—the legislation to amend Canada’s Copyright Act—introduced on June 2, 2010. One of C-32’s most contentious innovations is a complete ban on bypassing digital locks on electronic content. James Moore, a federal Minister, said that…