On June 3, 2019, Parliament's Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology released its Statutory Review of the Copyright Act. Section 92 of the Copyright Act mandates that the Act must be reviewed every five years by a parliamentary committee, and this Statutory Review was the first comprehensive review conducted since the overhaul of Canada's copyright legislation in 2012 with the adoption of the Copyright Modernization Act.
While the Internet can increase employee productivity, the potential for employee misuse can create a significant downside. The downside may manifest itself as a decrease in employee productivity when there is excessive personal use of the Internet on company time, using company resources. There must also be consideration for controls on inappropriate employee behaviour such as...
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