The Writers Guild of Canada posts its views on Bill C-32. While I disagree with several of its positions, it is good to see a writer’s group be honest about the impact of digital locks: The only option that Bill C-32 offers creators is digital locks, which freezes current revenue […]
Archive for November 8th, 2010
The NY Times runs an interview with U.S. Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kunra, who notes that the open government effort to make data sets publicly available has grown from 47 data sets in May 2009 to 274,000 today.
The National Post reports that Rogers wants to accelerate the pace of the next spectrum auction, but is also warning against efforts to promote new entrants.