TVO's Search Engine has a great podcast on last week's events on the Conference Board of Canada's plagiarized IP reports, including an interview with CEO Anne Golden. Jesse Brown pushes Golden to respond not only to the plagiarism, but the concerns about bias as well.
Archive for June 2nd, 2009
The Department of Foreign Affairs has posted nearly 20 responses it received to the 2008 consultation on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. I posted the internal report on all the responses, obtained under Access to Information, earlier this year.
The Montreal Gazette reports that Stationnement de Montréal, a subsidiary of the Montreal Board of Trade, has demanded the removal of an iPhone application that pinpoints where Bixi bikes, public-use bikes, are available in the city. The Board cites trademark rights in the name Bixi.
CRTC Chair Konrad von Finckenstein told an audience last week that the Telecommunications Act and Broadcasting Act require an overhaul with a single communications law the better approach.