Earlier this fall, I wrote a column on the CRTC's online consultation on new media, commending the CRTC for conducting the consultation but concluding that it takes more than "if you build it, they will come" approach." I argued that improving on that performance would require government to actually conduct […]
Archive for November, 2008
CBC features an interview with Marc Garneau, new Liberal MP and former head of the Canada Space Agency. Garneau, the Liberal science and technology critic, acknowledges that "there were a surprising number of people who contacted me who had questions and reservations about the current bill [C-61]."
Exclaim reviews the current state of the Canadian music industry, lamenting the support for Bill C-61 from CRIA and CIRPA.
Alain Brunet comments on last week's CRTC decision involving Bell and CAIP.
A U.S. court has awarded Facebook $873 million in damages arising from spam on the popular social networking site. The target of the suit is Adam Guerbuez and Atlantis Blue Capital of Montreal. The award is the largest ever under the U.S. Can-Spam Act. While it is unlikely that Facebook […]