Appeared in the Hill Times on October 1, 2007 as Navigating Canada's Copyright 'Conflicts' In a sure sign of an impending throne speech, copyright lobby groups are out in full force calling on the government to prioritize intellectual property protection in its fall legislative agenda. Despite efforts to put forward […]
Archive for September, 2007
Dalton.ca vs. DaltonMcGuinty.ca (hat tip: Infoscape Research Lab).
The Canadian Library Association has written to the responsible Ministers on copyright, focusing primarily on anti-circumvention concerns.
The Hill Times is reporting that Barbara Motzney, formerly the Director General of Canadian Heritage's Planning and Intergovernmental Affairs Branch, has been named the Director General of Copyright Policy at Canadian Heritage. Motzney brings an interesting background to the position, including time at Industry Canada's E-commerce Task Force in the […]
I spoke at the closing of the 29th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. Here, I summarized the privacy issues discussed at the conference held on September 25 – 28, 2007.