Kate Taylor of the Globe wrote a lengthy piece on copyright over the weekend, focused on divisions between education and copyright collectives.
Archive for September, 2011
Communications Networks Falling Behind in the North
The Globe reports on how communications networks in the North are failing to meet demand. A report from the Arctic Security Working Group says private investment won’t solve the issue – public investment is needed.
Canadian ISP Sued for Handing Over Data to Thai Government
A U.S. citizen has filed a lawsuit against a Canadian ISP that shared his personal information with the Thai government. Anthony Chai posted anonymous comments criticizing the royal family and now faces up to 15 years in prison for the comments.
New Wikileaks Docs Show Ex-Minister Bernier Offered To Leak Copyright Bill to U.S.
The disclosures are particularly relevant since Parliament is set to resume in several weeks with the reintroduction of a copyright reform bill slated to be one of the government’s top priorities. The bill is expected to mirror Bill C-32, the previous copyright package that died with the election in the spring.