Sam Trosow points to a new advisory from the Canadian Association of University Teachers on fair dealing. The advisory does a terrific job of explaining the breadth and limits of fair dealing in Canada. More importantly, it urges action — legislative action to preserve the Supreme Court of Canada's analysis […]
Archive for December 18th, 2008
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has produced a terrific short video highlighting its critically important work over the past twelve months.
Singapore has enacted new copyright reforms that include the right for teachers to circumvent digital locks on movies for classroom use and for the visually-disabled to circumvent to allow the read-aloud function to work.