Archive for August, 2009

Bell Takes Fee-For-Carriage to the Federal Court of Appeal

The Globe reports that Bell has filed an action in the Federal Court of Appeal challenging the CRTC's recent decision on fee-for-carriage, arguing that the Commission overstepped its jurisdiction.

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August 7, 2009 2 comments Must Reads

Pippa Lawson on Privacy

Pippa Lawson, former Director of CIPPIC, writes an op-ed for the National Post that calls for stronger enforcement of Canadian privacy laws.

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August 7, 2009 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

Olivier Charbonneau on Fair Copyright Reform

Olivier Charbonneau, a Quebec-based librarian, has an op-ed in Le Devoir calling for fair copyright reform including expanding fair dealing.

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August 7, 2009 1 comment Must Reads

Manitoba Music Industry Association Distances Self From CRIA On Copyright Reform

The Winnipeg copyright roundtable is a must-listen as it includes some notable comments from the Manitoba Music Industry Association.  After numerous presentations at the roundtable calling for expanded fair dealing (from education, researchers, and artists), the MMIA argued: We find ourselves in the Manitoba music industry more aligned with some […]

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August 6, 2009 Comments are Disabled Stop CDMCA

Manitoba Music Industry Association Distances Self From CRIA On Copyright Reform

The Winnipeg copyright roundtable is a must-listen as it includes some notable comments from the Manitoba Music Industry Association.  After numerous presentations at the roundtable calling for expanded fair dealing (from education, researchers, and artists), the MMIA argued: We find ourselves in the Manitoba music industry more aligned with some […]

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August 6, 2009 38 comments News