On September 29, 2011, the government re-tabled the Copyright Modernization Act, the long-awaited copyright reform bill. Bill C-11 contains some good provisions - extending fair dealing to parody, satire, and education, including technology-neutral time shifting and format shifting provisions, establishing a safe harbour for Internet intermediaries, and making some small changes to damages provisions. Yet all the attempts at balance come with a giant caveat that has huge implications for millions of Canadians. The foundational principle of the new bill remains that anytime a digital lock is used - whether on books, movies, music, or electronic devices - the lock trumps virtually all other rights. I re-launched SpeakOutOnCopyright.ca as a platform to give people information and tools to speak out in support of the balanced provisions and to fix the problematic digital lock rules. The site includes information on Bill C-11, dozens of posts and videos on Canadian copyright law, and a Take Action page that highlights the ways individual Canadians can speak out on copyright.