Industry Minister Jim Prentice responds to yesterday's copyright column with a letter to the editor in the Toronto Star.
Archive for June 17th, 2008
BlogTO reports that the Canadian Real Estate Association has forced Housing123, which offered a Google Maps mashup of MLS data, offline.
Lost amidst the huge backlash against the Canadian DMCA was a very brief comment from Industry Minister Jim Prentice during his press conference on Thursday. Although I did not see it discussed in the media, Prentice committed the government to a public consultation on the future of the private copying […]
- 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