Who are the "radical extremists" James Moore is referring to?

Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore delivered a keynote address at a conference sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce's IP Council today and according to a media report warned against "radical extremists" seeking to oppose Bill C-32.

When Moore claims that critics of C-32 are radical extremists, who is he speaking of?  Who has criticized parts of the bill or called for reforms? A short list of those critical of the digital lock provisions in C-32 would include:

  • Federal Liberals, opposition
  • New Democratic Party, opposition
  • Bloc, opposition
  • Green Party of Canada
  • Canadian Consumer Initiative
  • Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
  • Canadian Association of University Teachers
  • Canadian Federation of Students
  • Canadian Library Association
  • Business Coalition for Balanced Copyright
  • Retail Council of Canada
  • Canadian Bookseller Association
  • Documentary Organization of Canada

All opposition parties, consumers, universities, teachers, students, business, and many creator groups are all seeking changes to C-32.  Does James Moore really believe that they are all radical extremists?

Has James Moore blocked you on Twitter? James Moore has blocked Russell McOrmond and numerous other people.