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|| This lecture (defined to include address, speech and sermon per Section 2 of the Copyright Act of Canada) or manifesto given in public may be copyrighted. However, Section 32.2 of the same Act allows making or publishing its report for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, without copyright infringement:
- 32.2 (1) It is not an infringement of copyright
- (c) for any person to make or publish, for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, a report of a lecture given in public, unless the report is prohibited by conspicuous written or printed notice affixed before and maintained during the lecture at or about the main entrance of the building in which the lecture is given, and, except while the building is being used for public worship, in a position near the lecturer;
- (e) for any person to make or publish, for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, a report of an address of a political nature given at a public meeting.
See also Sections 29, 29.1, and 29.2 for fair dealing.
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