Government copyright bill fails green test

An article by Michael Geist (Toronto Star, his website) talks about a few of the ways in which a copyright bill can be "green" or non-green.

I've been writing on this issue as well over the years, and the issues become larger as you move to the International scene where older business models relying exclusively on exclusive rights stand in the way of critical technology and knowledge transfer to the majority of the world which are cash-poor. Peer production and peer distribution techniques are far more green than the industrial-era methodologies.