The Vancouver Sun picks up on my earlier column on how Canadian universities may increasingly shift toward using technology to deliver materials in light of fees demanded by Access Copyright. Macleans also covered the same issue last week and Osgoode Hall Dean Lorne Sossin predicts that this year could be […]
Archive for January, 2011
Wikileaks has posted a 2007 cable from the U.S. embassy in France that recommends creating a “retaliation list” against countries opposed to genetically modified crops. The plan to target countries on the GMO issue is reminiscent of similar efforts on intellectual property laws, that lead to the annual Special 301 […]
The Toronto Sun notes that the controversial provisions in the Olympic marks legislation – enacted to guard against ambush marketing in advance of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics – expired at the end of 2010. I wrote about the legislation here.
Howard Knopf posts 12 copyright law and reform predictions for 2011, with an emphasis on Canada.