The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has released its long-awaited finding (media release, finding, backgrounder) in the complaint against Facebook on a variety of privacy grounds. The complaint was launched by CIPPIC in May 2008 (note that I am an advisor to CIPPIC but had no involvement in […]
Archive for July 16th, 2009
National Post Podcast on Net Neutrality
I participated in debate with Bell's Jonathan Daniels on net neutrality for the National Post Full Comment podcast.
Groups Call on U.S. Government To Drop Internet From ACTA
A coalition of leading library, civil rights, and technology companies have written to the U.S. government to urge it to drop the Internet provisions from the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. With talks set to resume this week, Jamie Love reports that Canada has produced another secret document, Japan has developed an […]
No Place for State in our Hard Drives?
Just ahead of the copyright consultation, Kris Kotarski writes an op-ed for the Calgary Herald focusing on intrusive copyright laws.