Posted by: danielharan | May 30, 2007

Videos of House of Commons are copyrighted

If you use a video of the proceedings of the House of Commons in Canada, prepared to receive a legal nasty-gram as reported by Michael Geist in House of Commons Demands Takedown of YouTube Video. They don’t even care that parody is protected.

I have to admit to some disappointment that I still haven’t received any government response to my opening up MP data (Please don’t sue me).

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