What does this mean?
"Led by Justice Abella, the court has reaffirmed that fair dealing is a user's right that must be interpreted in a broad and liberal manner. In fact, the court provides further guidance on interpreting fair dealing with an emphasis on the need for a flexible, technology-neutral approach. In reading the decisions in the Access Copyright and song previews cases, it is hard to imagine a bigger victory for education, Internet users, and innovative companies. This post will provide some quick key points in the Access Copyright and song previews decisions.
The Access Copyright case has enormous implications for education and copyright in Canada. With the court's strong endorsement of fair dealing in the classroom, it completely eviscerates much of Access Copyright's business model and calls into question the value of the model licence signed by many Canadian universities."
There will be an increase in law suits for defamation or anything else these clowns can dream up.
All they have left is to scare the web sites into removing items for fear of being named in a lawsuit.
Suddenly the need for good legal rulings on the Free Dominion cases become vital.
If the court slaps down slapp suits then and only then will the victory be won.