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Monday, April 05, 2004

Canada a rogue nation?

The Miami Herald, in reference to the recent Canadian legal decision on p2p music sharing (see slashdot here and here, and below) reports that "The Canadians, who often consign the United States to the status of rogue nation, demonstrated last week that they too can thumb their noses at international law when the fancy takes them." Does this legal decision consign countries like Canada and New Zealand (see here and here) to the status of international outlaws? In what other countries is file swapping legal?

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