The Year in Canadian Tech Law From A to Z

My last weekly Law Bytes column of 2005, features my annual A to Z review of the year in Canadian law and technology (Toronto Star version, freely available version).  From legislative proposals involving copyright, network surveillance, and Internet pharmacies to case law focused on popular consumer products such as the Apple iPod and the Lego brand of toy blocks, there were few dull moments this past year.  Best wishes to all for a happy holidays and a great 2006.

One Comment

  1. Dr. Mohamed Taher says:

    Information Specialist, Ontario Multifai
    Yours is a great idea.
    Introducing this creative piece to the audience of my Information Visualization blog I said, this is: “Amazing, candid, interesting, marvelous, startling, and wonderful alpha, beta model for information visualization.”
    Best wishes.