Post Tagged with: "henderson"

A Little More Light

Barry Sookman is widely regarded as one of Canada's leading IT lawyers – for good reason given that he's the author of an important text on the area and has been actively involved in several Supreme Court of Canada cases.  Sookman and I have publicly debated one another in several fora, most recently on a DRM panel at the Future of Music Conference in Montreal (video here).  Today's Hill Times includes a column from Sookman titled Copyright Reform: Let the Light Shine In, which is framed as a reply to my Hill Times column on copyright and the environment.

While it won't come as a surprise that I disagree with much of what Sookman writes, that alone doesn't merit a follow-up posting.  

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October 23, 2006 6 comments News

A Non-Debate Debate With CRIA

CHQR, a Calgary radio station, hosted CRIA's Graham Henderson yesterday for a 30 minute segment in which Henderson went through the CRIA view on P2P, Gwen Stefani downloads, and private copying.  Apparently some listeners found the segment one-sided and the radio station asked if I would provide another perspective.  Both […]

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March 8, 2006 2 comments News

The Ottawa Citizen on CRIA’s Poll

While many may have missed it, the Ottawa Citizen ran a masthead editorial on January 2nd assessing CRIA's poll on copyright and the election.  I argued that the poll was primarily noteworthy for the questions that it didn't ask.  Apparently, the Citizen agreed.  It starts the editorial by warning "beware […]

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January 10, 2006 1 comment News

Business As Usual

Kudos to the Hollywood Reporter for jumping in this morning and covering (brief display) the Bulte story with an enlightening piece that includes comments from Douglas Frith of the CMPDA (movies) and Graham Henderson of CRIA.  Leaving aside Frith's bizarre comment that on copyright "Canada is beginning to look like […]

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January 4, 2006 Comments are Disabled News