Archive for January, 2006

Confirming the Copyright Gap

The Toronto Star today featured a lengthy article by Sam Bulte titled Closing the Copyright Gap which explains her views on copyright reform (unfortunately the article is not currently online).  The article makes the arguments that observers of this issue would expect: WIPO ratification is good, Canadian digital businesses are […]

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January 22, 2006 16 comments News

Balanced Meal Review

Accordion Guy provides coverage of last night's Online Rights Canada Balanced Meal event at the Drake Hotel in Toronto (plus yet more coverage of the Bulte story in today's Globe and Mail, a piece that I overlooked in National Post from earlier this week, and don't miss the comments from […]

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January 20, 2006 3 comments News

The Sam Bulte Podcast

As Sam Bulte gears up for her fundraiser tonight (and Online Rights Canada holds its event at the Drake Hotel at the same time), several people have written to ask whether Sam Bulte really tried to argue that CRIA et al are not hosting a fundraiser for her as was […]

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January 18, 2006 23 comments News

A Balanced Meal

Online Rights Canada has just announced that it will be holding a bash of its own on Thursday night at the Drake Hotel (invitation here) in Toronto. As the notice indicates, the event is strictly non-partisan and will provide people with the opportunity to learn more about balanced copyright reform.  […]

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January 17, 2006 2 comments News

It’s a Celebration

I know I've said this before, but the Sam Bulte issue continues to resonate, with articles this week in Macleans and the National Post (behind a paywall).  Moreover, constituents are still raising the issue with Bulte at all-candidates meetings.  The Toronto Star reports on last night's meeting, where the fundraiser […]

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January 17, 2006 3 comments News