Felix helpfully creates a new version of the Copyright Act that incorporates the provisions found in C-61 (PDF format, OpenOffice format).
Archive for June 24th, 2008
An Alberta judge has ordered a former employee of a bike shop to pay $15,000 in damages after he registered a competing domain name and forwarded it to a pornographic website. The bike shop used a dot-ca domain and the ex-exployee registered the dot-com version.
- Secret Law Making: Liberal, Bloc and NDP MPs Unite to Back Undisclosed Bill C-10 Amendments Without Discussion or Debate
- Rock Bottom: Bill C-10 Gag Order and No-Notice Meetings Means the End of Committee Review is Near
- The Broadcasting Act Betrayal: The Long Term Consequences of the Guilbeault Gag Order
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 91: “This is No Way to Regulate” – Former CRTC Chair Konrad von Finckenstein Speaks Out on the CRTC and Bill C-10
- Guilbeault’s Gag Order: Government Plans Motion to Stop Bill C-10 Debate