In Canada: Cache a page, go to jail?
by ELINOR MILLS
CNet News, publication date: 19 July 2005
"But according to Howard Knopf, a copyright attorney at the Ottawa firm of Macera & Jarzyna, a brief passage in the bill could mean trouble for search engines and other companies that archive or cache Web content.
'The way it reads, arguably what they're saying is that the very act of making a reproduction by way of caching is illegal,' Knopf said."