Russell McOrmond writes an op-ed in the Georgia Straight on why we need protection from DRM, not for DRM.
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A petition calling on Amazon to remove all DRM from the Kindle has swiftly obtained over a thousand signatures.
CBC.ca runs a feature on the current copyright consulation and the technology community concerns that copyright laws not hinder the potential for new innovation.
Appeared in the Toronto Star on July 27, 2009 as Amazon, Kindle and an Orwellian Misstep For months many consumers have lamented the absence of the Kindle, Amazon’s popular electronic book reader, from the Canadian market. Now in its second version, the Kindle has proven to be a major success […]
Bell has quietly announced that it is closing its Bell Video Store (coverage here and here) with plans to instead focus on its Bell TV Online service that provides online access to movies and television shows for its subscribers. The closure serves a reminder of the consumer risk associated with […]