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With website blocking and international treaties, copyright law evolves with the digital domain

Courts continue to grapple with finding an equitable balance between creators and consumers

With website blocking and international treaties, copyright law evolves with the digital domain
Daniela Bassan, Halifax partner and chairwoman of Stewart McKelvey’s intellectual property practice group.

As copyright law evolves into the digital domain, courts and lawmakers are being asked to continue to find an equitable balance between the rights of creators and users. The approaches being used are a mix of readapting tested tools and the introduction of new ones. 

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