Archive for November, 2010
The Wire Report reports that the Liberals are preparing amendments to Bill C-32 to address digital locks and fair dealing. The digital lock reforms will apparently address the consumer rights concerns, as Garneau notes in the article that “we believe that if somebody has legitimately bought a work and wants […]
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 […]
Electronista reports that Rogers is considering implementing a new “Data Priority Service” that would prioritize subscriber data packets for a monthly fee.