Those that thought that interest in the copyright reform issue would disappear after the holidays have been in for quite a surprise. The year ended with television coverage on the Hour and front page coverage of copyright in the Globe and Mail ("Ottawa Accused of Caving in to Hollywood on […]
Archive for January 7th, 2008
The Toronto Star features an article on how private interests have been using trademark and copyright to fence off the English language.
The Globe and Mail reports that a B.C. man, accused by the U.S. government of acting as the conduit for an operation that earned millions by sending spam e-mails with supposed stock tips, was the chief executive officer of one of the companies being touted, according to authorities.