Archive for October 30th, 2007

ADISQ Seeks Internet Canadian Content Requirements

ADISQ, which promotes the Quebec recording industry, raised two noteworthy issues in a French-language article earlier this week (Google's translation).  First, it opposes lawsuits against individual file sharers.  Instead, it supports actions against Torrent trackers and similar sites.  Second, it would like the CRTC to require ISPs to prioritize Canadian […]

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October 30, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

ADISQ Seeks Internet Canadian Content Requirements

ADISQ, which promotes the Quebec recording industry, raised two noteworthy issues in a French-language article earlier this week (Google's translation).  First, it opposes lawsuits against individual file sharers.  Instead, it supports actions against Torrent trackers and similar sites.  Second, it would like the CRTC to require ISPs to prioritize Canadian […]

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New Media, New Doctrines…Unfinished Business

Last week I spoke at the 8th International Conference on Law Via the Internet, a conference that focuses on global free access to law.  My presentation is here.

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Open Access: The New World of Research Communications

The University of Ottawa's recent forum on open access is now available as a webcast.

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October 30, 2007 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

LAC Releases Draft Canadian Digital Information Strategy

Library and Archives Canada has released a draft version of its Canadian Digital Information Strategy. Comments are due by November 23, 2007.  I'll have more to say soon.

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