In an otherwise one-sided account of the Public Policy Forum copyright symposium, Embassy includes some noteworthy remarks from Liberal Industry critic Scott Brison on copyright reform. The article quotes Brison: "'Our position is we would work to find the right balance between creators and users,' Mr. Brison said. He said […]
Archive for April 30th, 2008
Scott Brooks tracks the remarkable growth of Facebook in Canada over the past year.
The EFF comments on Microsoft's decision to stop retreiving license keys for music that people have purchased starting August 31st. After that date, consumers that buy a new computer or upgrade their operating system will be forced to leave their music behind.
eMusic, the popular online music service, has launched a Canadian subscription service that offers over 3.5 million songs without DRM.