Appeared in the Toronto Star on July 6, 2009 as Neutrality Hearings Begin With Conflicting Claims The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission hosts long-awaited network management hearings this week, pitting Canada’s telecom and cable companies against a broad range of consumer, creator, and technology groups in a fight that may […]
Archive for July, 2009
A new economic study on the costs and benefits of open access in three countries – Denmark, the Netherlands, and the UK – finds that the annual savings would run into the hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Hill Times features a full-page opinion piece (sub req) (PDF version) based on my recent post on copyright lobby policy laundering.
As Canadians from coast to coast celebrate Canada Day, the people behind VisibleGovernment.ca have developed a novel way to celebrate. Visible Government is a Canadian non-profit that promotes online tools for government transparency. It encourages government leaders and organizations to share their information openly, and work with developers to build […]