‘NAFTA’ Replacement Extends Canada’s Copyright Term to Life+70 years 

After months of negotiations, Canada, the United States and Mexico have agreed on the final text of a new trade deal. The new agreement is set to replace NAFTA and comes with various copyright-related changes. Canada will have to extend its copyright term by 20 years, for example. The agreement also provides a safe harbor for ISPs who will have to help deter piracy.

Source: ‘NAFTA’ Replacement Extends Canada’s Copyright Term to Life +70 years – TorrentFreak

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