CBC Online features an interview with Marlene Jennings, the Liberal MP who has brought lawful access back to the legislative agenda. Jennings says that if the Conservatives do not adopt the bill as their own, the bill would come up for second reading late in 2008.
Archive for April 1st, 2007
Following speculation earlier this year, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that EMI will announce tomorrow that it plans to sell much of its music without DRM.
I'm proud to announce the new version of our website. Over the next several months, I will be expanding this site and adding many more features. The initial site was an amazing success, receiving national news coverage and truly making a difference. It's time, however, for Neutrality.ca to grow up […]
- Why the Guilbeault Amendment to Bill C-10 Makes CRTC Regulation of User Generated Content “Crystal Clear”
- Regulating What Canadians See Online: Why Bill C-10 Would Establish CRTC-Approved TikTok, Youtube and Instagram Feeds
- Speaking Out on Bill C-10 and the Regulation of User Generated Content
- Free Speech Under Threat: The Real Consequences of Steven Guilbeault’s Battle with the Web Giants
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 86: CCLA’s Cara Zwibel on the Free Speech Risks of Bill C-10 and the Guilbeault Internet Plan