Christopher Moore blogs about Claude Brunet's keynote at the Access Copyright annual meeting. While I obviously strongly disagree with the characterization of the Fair Copyright for Canada Facebook group, Moore's emphasis on contract rather than copyright is an important issue that is too often overlooked.
Archive for March 16th, 2008
University of Toronto law prof Ariel Katz embarks on an important research project on copyright collectives.
Episode 148: Christelle Tessono on Bringing a Human Rights Lens to AI Regulation in Bill C-27
November 28, 2022
Episode 147: Canada’s Battle over Internet Streamers – A Cancon Story of Freedom of Expression, Algorithms and Cultural Policy
November 21, 2022
Episode 145: Why Bill C-18’s Mandated Payments for Links is a Threat to Freedom of Expression in Canada
November 7, 2022
October 31, 2022
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- Money for Nothing: Government Quietly Expands Bill C-18 Eligibility to Broadcasters That May Not Even Produce News Content
- A Tale of Two Readouts: U.S. Escalates Trade Concerns With Canadian Digital Policy as Canada Seeks To Downplay the Issue
- Freedom of Expression for a Price: Government Confirms Bill C-18 Requires Platform Payment for User Posts That Include News Quotes and Hyperlinks
- Who Is the Government Really Backing With Bill C-18?: Rejected Online News Outlet Amendment Tells the Story
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 148: Christelle Tessono on Bringing a Human Rights Lens to AI Regulation in Bill C-27