The Business Software Alliance released its annual global software piracy report this week with new data that not only shows that Canada hit yet another all-time low but has experienced the biggest percentage decline in the world over the past five years. For the past few years, the BSA report […]
Archive for May 17th, 2012
U.S. Law Professors Raise ACTA Constitutional Concerns
Dozens of leading U.S. law professors have written to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance to express concern about the lack of constitutional authority to approve the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement without submitting it for Congressional approval.
Genomics Editor Steps Down Over Open Access Concerns
Harvard Professor Winston Hide has stepped down from the editorial board of the prestigious Genomics journal over the lack of open access.