CIPPIC has filed a privacy complaint with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada over Bell's deep packet inspection practices. With CAIP raising the privacy issue in its submission to the CRTC, it was only a matter of time before the Privacy Commissioner was asked to intervene. CIPPIC highlights several privacy concerns […]
Archive for May 9th, 2008
France Says Canada Considering “Three Strikes and You’re Out” ISP Policy
Last month I wrote about the pressure to adopt "graduated response," a policy that is better described as "three strikes and you're out" for ISP subscribers. While Canada has yet to take a public position on the issue, a new French document cites Canada as an example of a country […]
B.C. Court of Appeal Upholds Dismissal of Crookes Cyberlibel Suit
The British Columbia Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court decision that dismissed a libel suit launched by Wayne Crookes against Yahoo!, MySpace, and a group of individuals. The court rejected the view that a court should presume that something posted online on a restricted access site has been […]
Knopf vs. ESA
Howard Knopf and the Entertainment Software Associated debated copyright last night on the Business News Network.