The Toronto Star reports that the House of Anansi, a Toronto-based publisher, is offering a free download of Emily Schultz's Heaven is Small, a book that will be released in paper form later this week. The publisher notes that "based on our previous experience people were checking out the digital […]
Archive for April 21st, 2009
Reports today indicate that British Telecom and other UK mobile providers have started blocking access to Pirate Bay. The move is being described as a voluntary measure that is part of the Internet Watch Foundation voluntary code.
A Norwegian study (translated version) into the music downloading and purchasing habits of nearly 2,000 Internet users found that downloaders were more likely to buy music than non-downloaders. The finding is consistent with a previous Industry Canada-sponsored study.
The CRTC has announced that it is extending the registration on the do-not-call list from three to five years. Consumers will now only have to re-register every five years.