Archive for March 16th, 2009

Canadian Privacy Rights Buried in the Fine Print

Appeared in the Toronto Star on March 16, 2009 as Canadian Privacy Rights Buried in the Fine Print Scott McNealy, the former CEO of Sun Microsystems, has achieved considerable notoriety for having warned Internet users ten years ago that "you have no privacy, get over it." Recent headlines suggest that […]

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Criticism of NZ Copyright Reforms Continues

Following TelstraClear's criticisms of New Zealand's Section 92a copyright reform, the Auckland District Law Society, Google, and ACT Leader Rodney Hide have chimed in with criticisms of their own.

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Shirky on the Future of Newspapers

Many have pointed to it, but Clay Shirky's piece on newspapers, journalism, and the current upheaval is an absolute must-read.

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Saskatchewan Delays Enhanced Drivers Licence

The Canadian Press reports that Saskatchewan has delayed its implementation of the enhanced drivers licence.  I wrote about EDLs in Ontario last year.

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Is There a Fix for Broken TV?

The Ottawa Citizen reports on the Canadian broadcast industry and the recent CRTC hearings.

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