Archive for August, 2007

Broadband in Japan

David Akin points to a Washington Post article on broadband in Japan, where speeds are dramatically faster than those found in North America "pushing open doors to Internet innovation that are likely to remain closed for years to come in much of the United States."  The article provides a solid […]

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August 29, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

Broadband in Japan

David Akin points to a Washington Post article on broadband in Japan, where speeds are dramatically faster than those found in North America "pushing open doors to Internet innovation that are likely to remain closed for years to come in much of the United States."  The article provides a solid […]

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August 29, 2007 2 comments Must Reads

Ontario Court Sides With RIM Over Atari in Copyright Dispute

An Ontario court has issued an interesting decision in a copyright battle between Research in Motion and Atari (the National Post incorrectly suggested it is a patent case over the weekend, but it is actually copyright).  The case involves claims by Atari that two games available on the Blackberry (BrickBreaker and Meteor Crusher) infringe Atari's copyright in Breakout and Asteroids.  RIM launched an action in Ontario seeking a declaration that it is not infringing Atari's copyright.

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August 27, 2007 Comments are Disabled News

LSAC Complies with Privacy Commissioner Finding

A student discussion forum confirms that the LSAC has substituted fingerprinting with a photograph for students who take the LSAT exam.

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August 27, 2007 1 comment Must Reads

Facebook Reinstates Dalhousie Animal Testing Group

Facebook has reinstated a group devoted to the issue of animal testing at Dalhousie University. The University previously succeeded in getting the group taken offline.

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August 27, 2007 1 comment Must Reads