The Liberal Party has launched an interesting crowdsourcing experiment. OnProbation.ca, a party-sponsored site, now includes a "feedback forum" that invites visitor to pose a question for the Prime Minister. Visitors can then vote on their favourites in a Digg-style format. Interestingly, the top vote getter thus far is a question […]
Archive for March, 2009
G20 To Agree on World IP Litigation Court
Reports this evening indicate that the G20 has reached an agreement to establish a World Intellectual Property Litigation Court. The idea behind the court originated at WIPO. The G20 apparently hopes to launch the court by 2012, with Geneva pegged as the likely home. Update: Got me – this must […]
ACTA Timeline in Spanish
A Columbian blogger has translated my recent posting on ACTA into Spanish.
CRTC Launches Online Consultation on Net Neutrality
The CRTC has launched an online consultation on net neutrality. Topics include the impact on user experience, innovation, the role of the CRTC, network management, and ISP transparency. Comments posted to the consultation will form part of the public record for the hearing on the issue this summer. Canadians have […]
Skype Launches iPhone App But Not in Canada
There is considerable attention being paid to the new Skype iPhone app, but the CBC reports that it will not be available in the iTunes Canada store due to patent issues.