Last year, I wrote about a patent lawsuit launched by Blackboard against Waterloo-based Desire2Learn. On Friday, a jury in Texas ruled against the Canadian company, awarding $3.1 million in damages.
Archive for February, 2008
Appeared in the Toronto Star on February 25, 2008 as Canadians Are Playing Key Role in 'Books 2.0' Last year, the Department of Canadian Heritage commissioned Turner-Riggs, a Vancouver-based market-analysis company, to study the Canadian book retail market. The resulting report – The Book Retail Sector in Canada – has […]
The Songwriters Association of Canada proposal to fully legalize peer-to-peer file sharing by adding a $5 levy to the monthly Internet bill has generated considerable discussion over the past week. Much of that discussion has been negative with many Canadians arguing that they don't download music and should not be […]
The Canadian government has submitted to comments to the U.S. government on the continuing ICANN oversight.