The Canadian version of the Creative Commons license will be officially launched in Ottawa today. The Ottawa Citizen covers the news, providing background on the Canadian experience and the interest in the license among many creator groups.
Archive for September 30th, 2004
Professor Geist comments on the recent decision by the CRTC to stay its new telemarketing rules as requested by the Canadian Marketing Association. Professor Geist argues that the government needs to act or risk leaving critical protections in limbo.
- The Staffieri or Scott Quiz: Can You Tell the Difference Between the Rogers CEO and the CRTC Chair?
- The CRTC Shrugged: A Special Law Bytes Podcast on the Industry Committee Hearing Into the Rogers Outage
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 136: Jeremy de Beer on SOCAN v. ESA, the Supreme Court’s Latest Endorsement of Copyright Balance and Technological Neutrality
- Supreme Court of Canada on Copyright: “Copyright Law Does Not Exist Solely for the Benefit of Authors”
- Why The Government’s “Policy Intentions” For Bill C-11 Don’t Trump the Actual Text