This note will examine the Canadian piracy problem in light of these recent developments. Next, it will analyze whether the FTA and the Berne Convention can provide an adequate means of preventing unauthorized retransmission of United States intellectual property in the future. Finally, this note will consider practicable alternatives, which would alleviate electronic piracy on a global scale. This note will conclude that if a practicable remedy can be enacted in Canada, then such a remedy could act as a blueprint for global implementation.
Weisberg, Nancy R.
"Canadian Signal Piracy Revisted in Light of United States Ratification of the Free Trade Agreememt and the Berne Convention: Is This a Blueprint for Global Intellectual Property Protection?,"
Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce: Vol. 16
, Article 6.
Available at: https://surface.syr.edu/jilc/vol16/iss1/6