Canada proposes new anti-counterfeiting powers, but anti-ACTA sentiment hovers

On Friday the Combating Counterfeit Products Act (Bill C-56) was introduced in Canada, its aim being to “protect Canadian consumers, Canadian manufacturers and retailers as well as the Canadian economy from the health and economic threats presented by counterfeit goods”. However, will comparisons with ACTA result in difficult passage for the act?

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