Reports this morning indicate that the government plans to prorogue Parliament, effectively shutting it down until March. One of the effects of prorogation is that all bills that have not received royal assent die and must be restarted from the beginning when a new Parliament begins. While the government can […]
Archive for December 30th, 2009
The Canadian government has convinced a German ISP to shut down two environmental parody sites that were developed by the "Yes Men" and garnered considerable attention during the Copenhagen climate conference. The ISP complied with the request without seeking a court order first and in the process blocked an additional […]
Groovle, a Toronto-based firm, has defeated Google in a domain name dispute case. Google claimed that the domain was confusingly similar to its own, but an NAF panel disagreed.