As noted earlier in the series, unlike some other countries, there is no anti-circumvention exception for teaching in Bill C-61. The one nod to the special considerations for libraries, archives, museums, and educational institutions in the anti-circumvention rules comes in Section 41.19 with regard to potential damages. That provision states […]
Archive for August 6th, 2008
The Government of New Zealand has posted a short report on last week's ACTA talks, noting the key issues and committing to future negotiations. As usual, the Canadian government remains silent on ACTA.
Absolutely phenomenal speech/video on YouTube culture by Professor Michael Wesch of Kansas State University, which includes the estimate that 88 percent of YouTube content is original.