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An anonymous reader writes "This weekend, Michael Geist delivered a keynote address at the Nova Scotia Music Week conference. The talk — Why Copyright Reform Is Not the Cure for What Ails the Music Industry (YouTube, Blip.tv) — offers a complete takedown of the industry's talking points on lost sales and the impact of peer-to-peer file sharing while explaining why the implications of the proposed Canadian DMCA for statutory damages, ISP liability, and digital locks."
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