When I posted my comments on Bill C-10 last week, I noted that Canadian Heritage Minister Josee Verner "says this will 'affect a very small number of the over 1000 productions that receive tax credits annually.' Can she name these productions?." The Toronto Star's Peter Howell has the answer – […]
Archive for March 10th, 2008
The NDP's Charlie Angus offers Industry Minister Jim Prentice a much-needed reality check on WIPO and copyright reform.
Thanks to Canadian Lawyer for naming this blog one of Canada's top ten legal blogs.
Network Neutrality in Canada, in For Sale to the Highest Bidder: Canadian Telecom Policy in an Era of Deep Integration (Marita Moll and Leslie Regan Shade, eds.) (Ottawa, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)
Sam Trosow points to (and dismantles) the latest CMEC call for an Internet exception to cover "free stuff" on the Internet. The CMEC proposal continues to drive a wedge between education groups and discouragingly burns important political capital on an ill-advised reform that is unnecessary and potentially harmful.