An Ontario judge has ordered YouTube to remove a video posted by a disgruntled law firm client. The judge ruled the video would cause lawyer Paul Ledroit and his law firm "significant and irreparable damage" if left for public viewing.
Archive for September 10th, 2007
My weekly technology law column (Toronto Star version, homepage version) focuses on last week's announcement of a new CIHR open access policy. The column touches on many of the issues I raised in my initial blog posting, including the implications for publishers and the mounting pressure on Canada's other granting […]
Appeared in the Toronto Star on September 10, 2007 as New Research Policy a Victory for "Open Access" As millions of students headed back to school last week, Canadian health researchers learned that change this year extends beyond the composition of their classes. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the […]