Archive for June 14th, 2006

Canada’s Library Community Speaks Out on Copyright

The Canadian Library Association is meeting this week in Ottawa and the association is marking the occasion by releasing a public letter to Ministers Bernier and Oda on copyright reform.  Representing 57,000 library staff and thousands of libraries, the CLA recommends "caution and reflection".  Should the government move on copyright, […]

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June 14, 2006 4 comments News

Rajotte’s Data Fraud Bill

James Rajotte, a Conservative MP from Edmonton and the chair of the Industry committee, has introduced a noteworthy private members’ bill focused on pre-texting and other privacy abuses.  It seeks to plug several loopholes in the current Criminal Code that may exclude personal information from provisions that address fraudulent impersonation.  […]

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June 14, 2006 1 comment News

OCRI Podcast on Blogging

OCRI Radio, which podcasts monthly, features an interview with me about the benefits of blogging, podcasting and web 2.0.

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