Together with my colleague Jeremy deBeer, I recently contributed an essay titled Developing Canada’s Intellectual Property Agenda to the annual Canada Among Nations (2007). Our article, which is available online in PDF or via SSRN, argues that Canada should lead by example on intellectual property by adopting flexible, balanced policies […]
Archive for April 16th, 2008
CIRA has announced that it has surpassed one million dot-ca domain name registrations. The Parti Quebecois is apparently not impressed – a member of the National Assembly has launched a petition to create a new dot-qc extension.
The FCC's interest in net neutrality continues to have an impact as Comcast is has proposed a file sharing bill of rights, though consumer interests are not part of the discussion.