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The Charter contains a number of provisions on copyright, including the following:A person who creates an original work of authorship enjoys, subject to the provisions of section 34, the exclusive right to do so in the country in which the work is fixed. The author of the work in Canada had a right to prevent the importation of the work of authorship by means of notice in the manner prescribed by law The author has the right to retain any and all copies of the work that, in the authors opinion, are reasonably necessary to enable the author to exercise any right or privilege conferred upon the author under the charter or by law. The author retained the original copy of the work in Canada The author has the right to prohibit others from making copies of the work. This includes any and all works of authorship that were created by one or more persons at different times and that have been fixed in copies that are capable of being distributed. The person who receives a copy of a work of authorship has a right to prohibit other persons from making copies of the work. This includes any and all copies of the work that are possessed in Canada The person who receives a copy that has been fixed in copies has a right to require the copy to be destroyed. This also includes any and all copies that are possessed in Canada The person who receives a copy that has been fixed in a copy that is capable of being distributed has the right to require the person who made the copy to destroy the copy and to remove the copy from Canada. This includes any and all copies that are possessed in Canada There is no requirement by law for the person who possesses a copy that has been fixed in a copy that has been capable of being distributed to make the copy available to the public. 13 The Charter also ensures that it will be of benefit to all Canadians in the future:14 It is an essential tenet of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that it will benefit all Canadians in the future. The Charter protects the interests of all Canadian citizens in a democratic society. Without the Charter, the most vulnerable Canadians would be deprived of their rights and freedoms. The rights and freedoms of citizens in a democratic society are guaranteed by section 35 of the Charter 15 In this regard, I note that, as a result of the introduction of the copyright legislation in 2005, the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Charter have been subject to significant and significant changes. The introduction of the Digital Policy Act, the Copyright Modernization Act and the Copyright Modernization Regulations have all affected the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Charter. 16 The Digital Policy Act, for example, has resulted in significant changes to the legal framework relating to the protection of copyright, notably by introducing the concept of an interim measure.

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