Last week I delivered a talk on copyright reform at Concordia University titled Why Copyright. It focused on the response to Bill C-61, the growth of Fair Copyright for Canada, and the potential for different copyright reform choices. The talk – slides and audio – are embedded below.
Archive for September 20th, 2008
On the day the Liberals unveil a long list of cultural spending promises that totals over $500 million, this YouTube video provides a far more effective way to make cultural funding an election issue.
The National Graduate Caucus has issued a release focusing on the need to preserve fair dealing.
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 100: David Vaver With a Masterclass on Copyright and User Rights
- The Liberal Election Platform: Government Picks Internet Regulation Over Internet Affordability
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 99: “They Just Seemed Not to Listen to Any of Us” – Cynthia Khoo on the Canadian Government’s Online Harms Consultation
- The Conservative Election Platform: Freedom of Expression Commitment Tainted By Support for Payments for Links, Restrictions on Fair Dealing
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 98: Kim Nayyer on the Supreme Court of Canada’s Landmark Access Copyright v. York University Copyright Ruling