Howard with a comprehensive post on CRIA at the Copyright Board along with a lengthy list of recent missteps.
Archive for April 13th, 2006
Prerequisite(s): Technology Law course (including any Intellectual Property or Internet law course) Teaching Method: Internship Method of Evaluation: Satisfactory / Non-Satisfactory Course Objective(s): This course provides students with the opportunity to spend one day per week in a technology law environment. Through readings, observation, and work assignments, students will […]
Prerequisite(s): None Teaching Method: Lecture, discussion, online forum Method of Evaluation: 100% final, 48 hour take-home exam Course Objective(s): The emergence of the Internet as an im portant medium for commerce presents an array of new problems and opportunities for businesses, lawyers and government regulators. This course will consider the […]
The OECD’s latest report on country broadband statistics places Canada in eighth position worldwide. While the release notes that this makes us the leading G7 country, this says more about how poorly the G7 countries rank than anything about Canadian success. Indeed, it wasn’t long ago – in fact, only […]
The Guardian runs a story on a Jupiter Research report that finds that the UK's recording industry has overestimated the costs of file sharing by as much as a factor of four. The report doubts the industry's methodology and its claim of the impact of P2P on sales.