David Collier-Brown, a published author with O'Reilly, posts his copyright consultation submission. Collier-Brown notes that the electronic availability of his book helped make it the outstanding seller in his class and warns that anti-circumvention legislation would harm him as an author.
Archive for August 25th, 2009
Meera Nair posts on why she is breaking with the AUCC on copyright and how Canada's student groups stand on the right side of the issues.
The CBC reports that the CRTC has asked Bell to provide specific answers about its implementation plans for wholesale usage-based billing.
This is a great post that maps current Canadian departmental lobbying priorities.
The CBC reports that Shaw has filed a defamation suit against Novus over its claims about Shaw's aggressive pricing in Vancouver.
- Why I Installed the COVID Alert App
- A Quarter-Billion Dollar Bag of Beans: Responding to Ken Whyte’s Attack on Library Book Loans
- The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 61: Senator James Cowan on the Extraordinary Battle for a Genetic Anti-Discrimination Law in Canada
- The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 60: Alberta Privacy Commissioner Jill Clayton on the ABTraceTogether Contact Tracing App
- The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 59: “It’s a Racist Policy” – Ben Cashdan on the U.S. Effort to Derail South Africa’s Copyright Reform