Expect PIPEDA debates

This London Free Press article by David Canton includes:

It will be interesting to see if the consumer backlash from the Sony-BMG rootkit will sway public opinion sufficiently to affect copyright reform as it relates to digital rights management (DRM). The rootkit was a form of DRM used to control what people can do with their music CDs.

Bill C-60 -- the copyright reform bill that died at the election call -- had provisions that support DRM. Perhaps the reality is that we need protection from DRM, rather than for DRM.

Mr. Canton has a BLOG with articles on related topics (Example search for DRM)