The Department of Justice’s subpoena of Google search data generated considerable attention last month with a judge ultimately ordering disclosure of only a fraction of what the U.S. government initally demanded. At the time, the coverage noted that Google was not the only target with similar requests to AOL, Microsoft, […]
Archive for March 30th, 2006
I am very excited to be delivering the annual Hart House lecture tonight. While the lecture has sold out, there will be a live webcast along with a future podcast and television broadcast.
Billboard Magazine weighs in on the CRIA/Pollara data with an article (paywall) this week. After noting my posting and Pollara's response, it concludes that "it does appear that apathy, according to Pollara respondents, and not downloading, might be the Canadian biz's biggest enemy."
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 88: Ellen ‘T Hoen on Waiving Patents to Support Global Access to COVID Vaccines
- Failing Analysis: Why the Department of Justice “Updated” Charter Statement Doesn’t Address Bill C-10’s Free Speech Risks
- Conservative Party Pledges to Repeal Bill C-10
- Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault Signals Canadian Government Abandoning Support for Net Neutrality
- Heritage Minister Guilbeault Traffics in Misinformation and Conspiracy Theory as Cause of Bill C-10 Criticism and Need for Government Speech Regulation