The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance, one of Canada’s leading technology associations with small, medium, and large technology companies as members, has posted an issues brief that includes criticism of Bill C-32’s approach to digital locks. According to CATA: Like many stakeholders, the members of the coalition are concerned that the […]
Archive for November 25th, 2010
Electronista reports that Rogers is considering implementing a new “Data Priority Service” that would prioritize subscriber data packets for a monthly fee.
With the Access Copyright agreement expiring at the end of the December, UBC has taken a step toward walking away from the collective by establishing a license database to track the rights to various works for professors and students at the school.