The Spanish government has introduced a new bill that would enable judges to shut down a website allegedly involved in infringing activities. The new bill is a major change from a prior proposal that envisioned shut downs without court oversight.
Archive for January, 2010
Reports from the UK indicate that the number of proposed reforms to the UK Digital Economy Bill has hit 299, indicative of considerable disagreement within the House of Lords over the bill.
Appeared in the Toronto Star on January 11, 2010 as Ottawa Pulls Its Own Internet Hoax Last month, the Canadian delegation at the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen found itself targeted by the Yes Men in a widely publicized hoax. The well-known activists satirized the Canadian government’s position on the […]