Pollara, the company that has conducted several surveys on behalf of CRIA (including the CRTC submission), has posted a lengthy 11 page response to my original blog posting (a comment brought the response to my attention as I was unaware of it until this evening). Pollara suggests that my statements […]
Archive for March 21st, 2006
So says the CATO Institute, a noted free market, limited government, U.S. think tank. I provided a Canadian perspective on the competitive effects of anti-circumvention legislation in my contribution to the In the Public Interest book. (Thanks Howard!).
News from Europe this morning that the EU is planning a full review of its copyright directive. The review was to have focused on implementation in member states but now will be a broader evaluation of the directive itself. In further good news, Professor Bernt Hugenholtz will lead the review. […]