The major Canadian telecommunications companies announced yesterday that they have created a new Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services. They indicated that the interim Commissioner – David McKendry – was now ready to take complaints and that the new commission would seek approval from the CRTC and complete its organizational […]
Archive for July 24th, 2007
Reuters is reporting that the UK government has rejected pressure from the music industry to extend the term of copyright associated with sound recordings.
FreeDominion.ca has been hit with a human rights complaint. The complaint arises from a post that allegedly attacks Muslims.
Fresh off its legislative success, the Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee is now looking for a company to "trawl the Internet, scour the media and be on the lookout for any kind of unauthorized use of protected words and symbols."