The NY Times reports that Canada is emerging a favoured location for U.S. companies looking to improve online sales.
Archive for July 29th, 2007
The National Post weighs in on the rise of online libel suits, though it oddly describes online anonymity as "sock puppetry."
Blawgworld (PDF), a guide to dozens of legal blogs (including this one), launches today.
July 29, 2007 — Comments are Disabled — Must Reads
Episode 89: A Special Episode on Debating Bill C-10 at the Canadian Heritage Committee
by Michael Geist
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Episode 86: CCLA's Cara Zwibel on the Free Speech Risks of Bill C-10 and the Guilbeault Internet Plan
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- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 88: Ellen ‘T Hoen on Waiving Patents to Support Global Access to COVID Vaccines
- Failing Analysis: Why the Department of Justice “Updated” Charter Statement Doesn’t Address Bill C-10’s Free Speech Risks
- Conservative Party Pledges to Repeal Bill C-10
- Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault Signals Canadian Government Abandoning Support for Net Neutrality
- Heritage Minister Guilbeault Traffics in Misinformation and Conspiracy Theory as Cause of Bill C-10 Criticism and Need for Government Speech Regulation