Appeared in the Toronto Star on July 25, 2005 as Building a Privacy Culture from the Ground Up Appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on July 28, 2005 as Small Privacy Issues Make a Big Difference Last week the Privacy Commissioner of Canada provided a measure of relief to Canadians who […]
Archive for July 24th, 2005
The Future Canadian Copyright Act?
Bill C-60, Canada's copyright reform bill, can be a challenge to read since it adds some provisions to the current Copyright Act, while amending or repealing others. Many thanks to a blog reader who has worked to develop a complete Copyright Act as it would appear if Bill C-60 were […]
Telus Blocks Subscriber Access to Union Website
Reports today indicate that Telus is currently blocking access to Voices for Change, a website run by the Telecommunications Workers Union. The company has confirmed that its nearly one million subscribers are blocked from accessing the site, though it is obviously available to just about everyone else (and presumably to […]