Is there a risk that protection of technological measures (TMs) will adversely affect users?
A. The protections for TMs contained in this bill will apply consistently with the application of copyright. That is, the circumvention of a TM applied to copyrighted material will only be illegal if it is carried out with the objective of infringing copyright. Legitimate access, as authorized by the Copyright Act, will not be altered. These measures will not affect what may already be done for the purposes of security testing or reverse engineering. Circumvention for the purposes of making private copies of sound recordings will not be permitted, however. The proposals have been developed so as to ensure that Canadians’ privacy rights are not reduced or undermined.
- Students often live in private rented housing with poor security measures. What can they do to reduce their risk of victimisation?
- Is there a risk that protection of technological measures (TMs) will adversely affect users?
- What simple measures can we take to reduce the risk of zoonotic disease transmission?