Archive for July 12th, 2010
Appeared in the Toronto Star on July 12, 2010 as Court: Internet Providers Aren't Broadcasters Last year, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission released its new media decision, which addressed the prospect of increased CRTC regulation of Internet activities. After days of hearings and thousands of pages of submissions, the […]
As I pointed out when Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore delivered his "radical extremist" speech, the comments ran counter to many well-known groups and individuals who had expressed concern with the digital lock provisions found in C-32. Working with one of my research assistants Tamara Winegust, we've created an annotated […]
VKI Studios, a B.C. based Internet marketing firm, reviews CRIA's Balanced Copyright for Canada site, highlighting the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Earlier this year, I wrote about a federal court case in which State Farm argued that Canadian private sector privacy law was unconstitutional. The court issued its ruling last week, finding in favour of State Farm but not addressing the constitutional arguments.