In Trader v CarGurus, 2017 ONSC 1841 (CanLII), the Ontario Court of Justice has opined on a number of points arising out of the 2012 copyright amendments introduced by the Copyright Modernization Act.
The interesting points in the decision concern
1. making a work available to the public
2. fair dealing
3. when is framing an infringement
4. when can a Web host claim to be an “information location provider” and
5. when and under what circumstances can statutory damages be reduced.
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