Fiction writers could never get away with such delightful irony:
One of Canada's most respected research organizations has a black eye after being forced to withdraw three reports on copyright and intellectual property because they contained plagiarized information from a study by a U.S. lobby group for the entertainment industry.
The Conference Board of Canada seems to be saying, "Canada needs to bring its intellectual property law in line with draconian US law - if only to stop us from stealing their corporate propaganda."
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