The IGP Blog reports that WIPO has entered the cybersquatting business, registering a domain name when there was a clear pre-existing trademark in the domain for another firm. Meanwhile the Canadian Chamber of Commerce's Canadian Intellectual Property Council is drawing the ire of McGill's Innovation Partnership. Last year, an international […]
Archive for March 6th, 2009
Canadian MPs Not Masters of their Domains
The Toronto Sun reports that two Canadian MPs – Conservative Keith Ashfield and Liberal Roger Cuzner – failed to re-register their domain names and now find them being used by domainers.
RIP! A Remix Manifesto To Hit Screens Across Canada
RIP! A Remix Manifesto is an exceptional Canadian film by Brett Gaylor that has been winning awards at film festivals around the world. The film hits the big screen in Canadian cities over the next few weeks, including Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, and Calgary. Learn more at the National Film […]
Terry McBride on the Music Industry
The Future of Music posts another great interview with Nettwerk's Terry McBride on the future of music, including the reason for dropping DRM and the importance of mobile applications and smart phones to the industry.