Sara Bannerman has posted her latest article examining the Canadian position at WIPO on the Development Agenda.
Archive for August, 2008
FACIL, a Quebec-based open source software advocacy group, has filed a lawsuit against the Quebec government for failing to consider open source software alternatives. FACIL argues in its filing [unofficial English translation] that the government spends millions on proprietary software without objectively evaluating open source alternatives that could enhance the […]
In addition to the prospect of new liability, the lesson provisions include a series of draconian conditions that undermine rather than facilitate education. For example, Section 30(5)(a) provides that the education institution is required to: destroy any fixation of the lesson within 30 days after the day on which the […]
Wirelessnorth.ca with a great post that shows where your $75 monthly wireless bill goes (hint: lots of profit).
The CBC reports that Howard Maker has been named the full-time head of the Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services.