Earlier this week, I wrote that if Access Copyright was serious about relaunching the Captain Copyright site, that it would take the site offline while it is being reworked, drop the linking policy, and identify its advisory board that will be asked to ensure that the site is balanced. Today, […]
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It appears that Canada's Access Copyright is not alone in seeking new license fees from schools for use of the Internet. AC's Australian counterpart, the Copyright Agency, is seeking compensation for teachers instructing students to browse the Internet. While it may sound like it, this story does not come from […]
Professor Geist's regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) addresses several much-needed reforms for the Canadian education and research communities to get more bang for their research and copyright buck. In particular, it argues that Canadian universities must stop throwing away millions of […]