Feds Try To Veto Copyright: ‘This Is A Blow To Industry’

A federal board in a “novel” motion is asking a federal judge to abolish copyright on data received from a licensed contractor. The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board seeks a Federal Court order striking ownership of millions of dollars’ worth of marine seismic mapping: “This would be a tremendous blow to the energy industry”.

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