When CRIA lost its file sharing lawsuits against 29 alleged file sharers in 2004, it immediately characterized Canadian law as out-of-step with the rest of the world and dismissed the privacy-related concerns that arose from the case. Two years later, The Register brings word that the Netherlands appears to be […]
Archive for July 15th, 2006
In a direct response to Access Copyright's Captain Copyright, a Victoria writer and artist has produced The Pig and the Box, a short children's story designed to foster the values of sharing. Indeed, the work is available under a Creative Commons licensed and the author advises that it has already […]
The Tyee runs an interesting article on some of the barriers to using Access to Information legislation, including potential copyright limitations.