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OTTAWA -- The federal government is secretly negotiating an agreement to revamp international copyright laws that could make the information on iPods, laptops and other devices illegal, according to a leaked government document.
The deal could also force Internet service providers to hand over customer information without a court order.
Federal trade agreements do not require parliamentary approval.
Border guards and other public security personnel could become copyright police under the deal
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement would see Canada join the U.S. and the European Union in a coalition against copyright infringement.Federal trade agreements do not require parliamentary approval.
I just don't see the practicality.