The copyright consultation is days away from its conclusion and missing content from the consultation website has emerged as a problem. The posting of submissions has been inconsistent throughout the process, but that may be a result of volume. The delays in posting transcripts from the invitation-only roundtables, however, is […]
Archive for September 9th, 2009
Bell: Why Don’t Content Owners Sue Our Subscribers?
The government has just posted the audio from the Toronto copyright roundtable held in late August. The discussion started off with a bang with comments from Bell Canada. Bell had a lot of good things to say including support for the positions of Business Coalition for Balanced Copyright. The discussion […]
CCER Posts Copyright Submission
The Canadian Coalition for Electronic Rights has posted its copyright consultation submission, addressing issues such as anti-circumvention legislation, fair dealing, ISP liability, and the need for technological neutrality.