McGill University is holding a great one-day conference on the music industry, DRM, and the law on Friday. I'll be on a panel focused on DRM along with Bruce Lehman, Ann Chaitovitz, and Terry Fisher. Details here.
Archive for March 21st, 2007
WSJ Columnist Walter Mossberg calls for clearer copyright laws that accounts for consumer interests. Update: A video version with Mossberg's comments.
Remember the big battle over Canadian Internet pharmacies, the claims of a major crisis in Canada and the U.S., and the introduction of Canadian legislation to address the issue? Well, last year Internet pharmaceutical sales dropped in half, the result of a stronger Canadian dollar and better insurance plans in […]
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