Steve Faguy notes that Concordia has dropped the blocking of Facebook, effective today. Concordia implemented the blocking scheme last September.
Archive for May, 2009
The Nominet Trust, which was funded with a five million pound grant from Nominet (which administers the dot-uk domain) has awarded its first round of grants. While a similar trust has also awarded funding in Australia, the dot-ca version has stalled despite an earlier board resolution that sought to develop […]
Multiple sources are pointing to a new report that Merck paid Elsevier, a leading publisher, to produce several volumes of the Australasian Journal of Bone and Joint Medicine, which appeared to be a peer-reviewed journal, but was really little more than marketing material for the pharmaceutical company.
Reaction to the inclusion of Canada on the Priority Watch List comes from an unlikely source – National Post political columnist Don Martin. Martin writes about how President Obama is proving to be a dangerous man for Canada, using the Special 301 report as Exhibit One. Martin writes: The latest […]