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+ - Leaks show U.S. swayed Canada on copyright bill->

Submitted by LibRT
LibRT (1966204) writes "The Toronto Star reports documents released by Wikileaks, from the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, have a policy director for Canada's then industry minister Tony Clement suggesting it might help U.S. demands for a tough copyright law if Canada were placed among the worst offenders on an international piracy watch list. Days later, the U.S. placed Canada alongside China and Russia on the list."
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