CIPPIC Publishes Digital Rights Managment Technologies Report

In September 2007, the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic published a report entitled “Digital Rights Managment Technologies and Consumer Privacy.” The report focuses on the Canadian marketplace and discusses the implications of the use of digital rights managment (DRM) technologies on consumer privacy. The findings in this report are especially relevant given that ammendments to the Canadian Copyright Act will likely soon be tabled by Industry Minister Jim Prentice.