Archive for April 29th, 2013

Your Information is Not Secure: Thousands of Government Privacy Breaches Point to Need for Reform

Appeared in the Toronto Star on April 27, 2013 as Your Information is Not Secure in Ottawa As Canadians focused last week on the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing and the RCMP arrests of two men accused of plotting to attack Via Rail, the largest sustained series of privacy […]

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Copyright Board of Canada Admits to “Palpable Error” in Music Tariff Decision

The Copyright Board of Canada has released a decision in which it admits to palpable error that resulted in a hugely inflated tariff. The case involved a tariff for SODRAC for reproduction of music works in cinematographic works for private use of for theatrical exhibition.  The Canadian Association of Film […]

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