Archive for October 21st, 2007

NUPGE on Privacy

The National Union of Public And General Employees, which previously raised concerns about net neutrality, has now spoken out about the privacy concerns associated with Prime Minister Harper's Rosh Hashanah cards.

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The Basement Interviews: Peter Suber

Richard Poynder has posted a great and informative interview with open access leader Peter Suber.

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October 21, 2007 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

Chertoff’s Talk

My speech at the Data Protection and Privacy Commissioner's conference focused specifically on U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff's talk.  His remarks have now been posted online.

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Canadian Public Domain Told To Cease and Desist

The International Music Score Library Project was a quiet Canadian success story.  Using wiki technologies, it emerged over the past two years as a leading source of public domain music scores, hosting thousands of scores uploaded by a community of students, teachers, and others in the music community.  The site […]

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National Post on Copyright Reform

The National Post features a nicely balanced article on forthcoming copyright reform in Canada.

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