New Zealand this week. We could be next if we don't speak out. Learn more about New Zealand's Guilt Upon Accusation copyright reform here. Update: In the face of huge public protest in New Zealand, the government has announced that it is delaying the implementation of S92a.
Archive for February, 2009
March Round of ACTA Negotiations Delayed at U.S. Request
Inside U.S. Trade reports (sub required) that the next round of ACTA negotiations, which had been scheduled for next month in Morocco, has been delayed at the request of U.S. officials. While this does not signal a change in perspective on ACTA, the U.S. did want to provide incoming USTR […]
Saving Canada’s Internet
With only three days left before public comments close on the CRTC's net neutrality hearing (more info on how you can comment here), SaveOurNet.ca is out with a video on why net neutrality is such an important issue.
Canadian Firm Demands Bloggers Stop Using “Netbooks”
CNET reports on efforts by Psion Teklogix, a Mississauga-based company, to send out hundreds of cease and desist letters to manufacturers, retailers, bloggers, and journalists to use stop using the term "netbooks."
85 Million User Generated Content Creators in 2008
EMarketer reports that there were 85 million user generated content creators in the United States in 2008.