YouTube has cut off Keven B. Lee, a video essayist, following the receipt of three copyright warnings. While many of the video essays included scenes from the original movies, hundreds of hours of work went into the creation of the essays which include considerable original work. As Matt Zoller Seitz […]
Archive for January 14th, 2009
The CBC focuses on the public domain in Canada and the great work of Wallace McLean.
The federal government has announced plans to spend nearly $2 million on deploying broadband in the Gaspésie region in Quebec. The money comes from the Major Economic and Tourism Facilities – Access to Broadband Services initiative.
CBC's Search Engine features a lengthy interview with Telus about texting pricing.
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 101: OpenMedia’s Laura Tribe on Digital Policy and the 2021 Canadian Election
- 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