Microsoft has obtained a federal court order that imposes a $100,000 award against a Quebec man for selling infringing software in violation of an earlier court order. The decision comes on the heels of a recent decision involving infringing camcording and calls into question the claims that Canadian law is […]
Archive for December 2nd, 2008
Senator Yoine Goldstein has reintroduced his anti-spam bill. Bill S-202 is designed to provide Canadian authorities with the tools to address spamming activities.
CBC, La Presse, and the National Post blog about Why Copyright? Canadian Voices on Copyright Law. Update: Roberto Rocha at the Montreal Gazette provides his take on the film.
The Obama transition team website located at change.gov has adjusted its copyright license to a Creative Commons attribution licence. The Canadian government still maintains crown copyright over similar documents.