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Department
Communication
Course
CMN2170
Professor
Mark Lowes
Semester
Winter

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CMN 2170: Lecture #17 April 2nd 2013  Last office hours Wed and thurs: @ 6:50 am to see test #3  Exam: 80­100 questions  SOCAN v Bell research and fair dealing  2 sources of copyright infringement:  making  dealing  changing nature of how research (e­commerce) is changing in new media  research as it applies to a commercial context­ what constitutes research  previews constitute copying ▯ communication to the public sec 29 of the Copyright Act  do the previews enjoy copyright?  When does comm to the public occur in Canada? When the host server is located in Canada­ relates to  precedent setting cases CCH Canadian, SOCAN v cape R v Hamilton  Criminal law­  inchoate offence­ offence that attempts to criminalize activities prior to their completion­ offence that  captures perfectly legal activities. Challenges that new media pose on how to regulate society. How we attempt to regulate our behaviour with  state institutions.  This is not organized crime­ guy looking to make a “quick buck”­ counseling to commit fraud  Counseling an offence that is not completed▯ charged with multiple offences.  Mens rea­ in question in this case­ speaks to culpable intent.­ was the mens rea offence met. The judge  erred and the crown wins this case. The judge compounded motive and intent.  Actus
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