Appeared in the Toronto Star on October 20, 2008 as Parties Stick With Obsolete Strategies Business increasingly recognizes the need for an Internet strategy that engages current and prospective customers. The days of "brochure-ware" websites that do little more than describe the company and its products or services are gradually […]
Archive for October 20th, 2008
The Daily Gleaner reports that Jack Carr, a Conservative candidate in a New Brunswick by-election, has filed a human rights complaint over the lack of high-speed Internet access in rural parts of the province. The complaint names the provincial government, Aliant, and Rogers.
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 77: The Complexity of Internet Content Regulation – A Conversation with CIPPIC’s Vivek Krishnamurthy
- Beware the Unintended Consequences: Some Warning Signs for Canada from the Australian Government Battle With Facebook
- The Copyright Bill That Does Nothing: Senate Bill Proposes Copyright Reform to Support Media Organizations
- Circumventing Parliament: How Bill C-10 Dramatically Reduces Parliamentary Oversight and Review Over Broadcast Policy
- Afraid to Lead: Canadian Government Launches Timid Consultation on Implementing Copyright Term Extension