While some people may be taking a breather with the arrival of summer, commentary on Bill C-60 continues to trickle in. The latest comes from Brian Bowman, a lawyer in Winnipeg who writes a regular column for the Winnipeg Free Press. The paper features Copyright Changes Both Right and Wrong […]
Archive for July 6th, 2005
As I watch with admiration at the many sites that have added podcasts to their mix, I have been hoping to do the same. That may happen some time in the future, but in the meantime, I was recently interviewed for the Electric Sky podcast, a local Ottawa podcast site. We discussed Canadian copyright issues including some of the recent legislative proposals. I think I sound a bit subdued, but it was a fun experience and it is great to see the budding enthusiasm for these new forms of expression.
- Why the Guilbeault Amendment to Bill C-10 Makes CRTC Regulation of User Generated Content “Crystal Clear”
- Regulating What Canadians See Online: Why Bill C-10 Would Establish CRTC-Approved TikTok, Youtube and Instagram Feeds
- Speaking Out on Bill C-10 and the Regulation of User Generated Content
- Free Speech Under Threat: The Real Consequences of Steven Guilbeault’s Battle with the Web Giants
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 86: CCLA’s Cara Zwibel on the Free Speech Risks of Bill C-10 and the Guilbeault Internet Plan