The 61 reforms to Bill C-61 project concludes with one of the most puzzling provisions in the bill. Bill C-61 adds the following to copyright owners' basic set of exclusive rights: in the case of a work that can be put into circulation as a tangible object, to sell or […]
Archive for September 15th, 2008
Appeared in the Toronto Star on September 15, 2008 as Public Policy Consultations No Field of Dreams Last week, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission released the results of a public online consultation on new media that will feed into hearings on the issue early next year. Given that it […]
Thanks to the many people who took the time to create videos for the C-61 in 61 Seconds video competition. The judges have reviewed all the submissions and selected three as their top choices: Kill Bill (C-61), Bill C-61's Bizarre Digital Lock Rights, and La Petite View Numerique/The Simple Life […]
CBC's Search Engine returns with its first podcast episode and a discussion on the show and the current election campaign.