Earlier this week I had the opportunity to speak "virtually" on copyright and education for the University of Manitoba's Copyright/Copyleft Symposium. The talk is available in MP3 format or with powerpoint and voice via the impressive Elluminate.
Archive for September, 2007
CBA’s National on Copyright Reform
The Canadian Bar Association's National magazine features an article (page 30) on copyright reform that touches on video, P2P file sharing, and DRM.
Federal Court Orders eBay To Disclose Power Sellers to CRA
The Globe and Mail reports that the Canada Revenue Agency has won a federal court order requiring eBay Canada to turn over the names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of all high-volume sellers on the popular website. The CRA wants to find out whether those individuals or companies are […]
Variety on Canadian Heritage Conflicts
Variety has published an article on the Canadian Heritage Copyright Policy branch conflict issue (joining the Globe, which posted on the issue yesterday) that features two surprising comments. First, Canadian Heritage is clearly no closer to providing "full and frank" disclosure about who knew what and when. According to a […]
Drop The Box
A new site launches to promote fair use of HD cable in Canada.