Professor Geist's regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) focuses on the Canadian Recording Industry Association's call for what amounts to a notice and termination approach to removing allegedly copyright infringing material. CRIA's counsel told a parliamentary committee that once an ISP receives […]
The Ottawa Citizen explores the growth of legal blogs and assesses their impact on the legal process. Professor Geist comments on the benefits of greater distribution of information and public awareness of legal issues.
A South African government minister says that the digital divide is growing and could have a more devasting impact than the divides of the industrial revolution.
The Kenyan Communications Appeals tribunal has struck down the monopoly granted to Telkom Kenya as the country’s Internet gateway. The case arose after a consortium of ISPs challenged a regulatory decision denying them a license to create an alternate Internet backbone.