Appeared in the Toronto Star on December 1, 2008 as Canada Emerges as Haven for Spam Last month, a California court awarded social networking giant Facebook US$873 million in damages arising from the activities of a single spamming organization. The decision garnered headlines in Canada not only for the lofty […]
Archive for December 1st, 2008
Howard Knopf has a terrific post on how Canada could use IP and IP policy to address concerns with the economy.
The Canadian Press reports that the Canadian government has quietly dropped plans to let the United States house a database of personal information about Canadians who hold special driver's licences aimed at better securing the border. The move follows vocal criticism from federal and provincial privacy commissioners, who warned earlier […]