The issue of copyright has become so fraught and complex in the digital age that it's almost impossible to stay current. Enter Canadian Copyright: A Citizen's Guide by Laura J. Murray and Samuel E. Trosow ($24.95, Between the Lines), the second edition of their book outlining the meaning of our laws and regulations. This is not an activist text designed to promote free access to intellectual property. It's a sober assessment of the legal terrain, especially that arising from 2011's Copyright Modernization Act. It's also a reminder that the law is not to blame for a troubled cultural sector. Media consolidation and new technologies are.