Archive for June 12th, 2007

What Is Net Neutrality?

The Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking (CRACIN), a research network comprised of academics and community technology practitioners from across the country, has just launched Whatisnetneutrality.ca, a welcome addition to the net neutrality debate.

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June 12, 2007 1 comment Must Reads

What Is Net Neutrality?

The Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking (CRACIN), a research network comprised of academics and community technology practitioners from across the country, has just launched Whatisnetneutrality.ca, a welcome addition to the net neutrality debate.

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June 12, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

Blair on the Media

David Akin points to a remarkable speech from British PM Tony Blair on the relationship between politics and the media.

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Dealing With Unlawful Content

I spoke yesterday on an exceptionally challenging panel on Illegal Content and Lawful Access at the 2007 Canadian Telecom Summit.  The panel, which included passionate (and disturbing) presentations on child exploitation and online hate, was bookended by Pam Dinsmore from Rogers (presenting the ISP perspective) and myself.  The slides from […]

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Canadian Blogging Suits on the Rise

The number of Canadian lawsuits arising from blog postings is on the rise – the Montreal Gazette covers a mushrooming defamation lawsuit launched against Zeke's Gallery, a Montreal art gallery who maintains a blog, while the Ottawa Citizen has coverage of Steelback Brewery's Frank D'Angelo's suit against an Ottawa blogger.

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