Digital Copyright picks up on Canada's latest free trade agreement with the EFTA countries. In sharp contrast to the U.S. approach, a Foreign Affairs release advises that the agreement will not include substantial new obligations on intellectual property.
Archive for June 10th, 2007
Mark Evans notes that U of Toronto wants a "go-to person for advice on U of T's online media."
June 10, 2007 — Comments are Disabled — News
Episode 192: Kate Robertson on the Privacy, Expression and Affordability Risks in Bill C-26
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