What I'll remember about 2023

What I'll remember about 2023

The protection of personal data has meant a lot of work for NPOs in Quebec.  And I'm not even talking about cybersecurity, the almost new market that will swallow up substantial sums in insurance.

Can AI do any good? That's the question! For the time being, its transparency for data mining is a long way off, but perhaps we'll get a better idea of the copyright stakes following the consultation on copyright in the age of generative artificial intelligence? The consultation is being led by the federal government, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to January 15, 2024.

Technological change never ceases to bring its share of financial and scheduling problems. I thought that with AI...

With the latest education payment and book package, Copibec once again confirms the importance of its role in improving practice conditions for creators in Quebec.

Québec will be a guest at the Festival du livre de Paris in 2024, and Copibec will host the annual world congress of the International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organisation (IFRRO), which represents over 150 members from more than 85 countries around the world, from September 30 to October 3 in Québec City.

There will be no snow walk for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau next February. In the meantime, a meeting with Minister St-Onge to discuss the reform of the Copyright Act would be much appreciated. You'll have gathered that I've remembered that there was no meeting in 2023, and that I wish us all a change to the Copyright Act. Especially as 2024 will be the 100th anniversary of its entry into force.

I wish you all the best for 2024!
Respect for your rights and prosperity.

— Christian Laforce, general manager