I am delighted to report that the official launch for a new book on Canadian copyright reform that focuses specifically on Bill C-32 is set for October 14th in Ottawa. The peer reviewed book, which will be available in paper and electronically under a Creative Commons licence from Irwin Law, […]
Archive for October 4th, 2010
The Government has released its cyber-security strategy. The document provides limited details on a serious plan to address online security concerns, though it does confirm that there are plans to reintroduce lawful access legislation.
NDP MP Charlie Angus has filed a petition in the House of Commons signed by Canadians that expresses concern with Bill C-32’s digital lock provisions.
The Library of Parliament has posted its legislative summary of Bill C-32. The document includes a good discussion of the key issues and differing opinions on the bill.