A Canadian labour arbitrator has ruled that Lakehead University can outsource its email system from an internal system to Google's Gmail (coverage from the Chronicle of Higher Education; note that I served as an expert witness in the case). The Lakehead University Faculty Association (LUFA) argued that Lakehead violated the […]
Archive for June 15th, 2009
The U.S. announcement of its plans to continue with the ACTA negotiations was actually part of a joint statement from all ACTA partners. The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs has posted a similar statement, noting its plans to participate in the Morocco meeting in July 2009.
- Picking Up Where Bill C-10 Left Off: The Canadian Government’s Non-Consultation on Online Harms Legislation
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 96: More Harm Than Good – My Appearance Before the Senate Transport Committee on a Copyright Bill to Support Media Organizations
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 95: Mark Phillips on the Federal Court of Canada’s Right to be Forgotten Ruling
- Reviving Bill C-10: CRTC Re-Opens Data Gathering Plans To Require Disclosures from Internet Streaming Services
- The Senate Bill C-10 Debate Concludes: “I Don’t Think This Bill Needs Amendments. It Needs a Stake Through the Heart.”