David Akin points to a recent Strategic Counsel survey (full report, executive summary) conducted on intellectual property awareness within Canada's SME community. The findings suggest that intellectual property issues rank well down on the priority list for most Canadian businesses. Most know little about IP and profess limited concern about […]
Archive for October 25th, 2007
The Vancouver Province reports that UBC is going to court to fight a B.C. Privacy Commissioner order that ruled against their use of computer monitoring software to track employee Internet usage.
Several groups, led by the Canadian Anti-Counterfeiting Network, held a press conference yesterday to trumpet concerns associated with counterfeiting. The article notes that the RCMP will no longer commit to a specific counterfeiting figure, but believes that the cost is in the billions.
The National Post reports that Facebook has asked a Canadian court to order Rogers and Look Communications to disclose customer information related to alleged attempted thefts of personal information on the social networking site.
Simon Fodden reports from the LexUM Conference (I'm there too) that Supreme Court of Canada Justice Michel Bastarache just informed the conference that the Court is committed to providing factums online beginning with a series of test cases next year.