The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the California-based non-profit corporation charged with administering the Internet’s domain name system, meets this week in Luxembourg. As usual, only a relatively small group of government officials and people connected to domain name businesses will pay close attention to what transpires. […]
Archive for July, 2005
The Alberta Privacy Commissioner recently issued a noteworthy decision on the use of keystroke logging in the workplace that hits home for several reasons. First, the facts of the case: an employee at an Alberta library uncovered the fact that his supervisor had installed a keystroke logger program on his […]
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 […]
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.
The CBC Archive launched an interesting new feature today titled Inventing the Internet Age. The feature includes about 20 television and radio stories that trace the development of the Internet in the 1980s and early 1990s. The television stories from the early 1990s are particularly interesting as they include Bill […]