Canwest reports that the federal government plans to introduce new security breach disclosure legislation that will provide considerable discretion for when businesses disclose instances of security breaches. There are apparently no penalties for failure to disclose. Given the potential impact of identity theft and the incentives to keep breaches secret, […]
Archive for April, 2008
U.S. Ambassador to Canada David Wilkins gave a lengthy interview following the SPP meeting this week that is available as an MP3 file. Wilkins says that there was a general discussion on copyright and that the U.S. continues to advocate for a "stronger copyright law" but that there were no […]
Wireless Nomad, a Toronto-based ISP co-op, has filed a submission with the CRTC in support of CAIP in the Bell throttling issue.
Nominet, which manages the dot-uk domain, has established a Nominet Foundation to distribute millions of pounds for the benefit of the UK Internet community. CIRA has discussed creating a similar foundation, though plans appear to have floundered over the past year.
My Hart House lecture, Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble with Copyright, appeared on the third season of the Canadian Voices podcast. The audio is available for download here and a PDF of the lecture is available here.