Archive for February, 2014

Who Gets a Large Share of Access Copyright Education Licensing Revenues?: US Publishers Say They Do

As the Canadian education community continues to shift away from the Access Copyright licence, relying instead on a combination of site licenses for materials, open access, fair dealing, and individual transactional licences, U.S. publishers are now urging the U.S. government to pressure the Canadian government to take action. The IIPA, […]

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February 7, 2014 10 comments News

CIRA Commits One Million Dollars to Improving Canada’s Internet

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority, the organization that manages the dot-ca domain, has unveiled an exciting new initiative that will deliver a million dollars toward community projects, research, and other related activities (full disclosure: I am a member of the CIRA board and chair of the committee that will review […]

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February 6, 2014 5 comments News

Rod Breakenridge Interview Discussing the Impact of CSEC Collecting Metadata

I appeared on Rob Breakenridge’s Show to discuss the impact of CSEC collecting metadata. Listen to or download the podcast here.

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February 4, 2014 Comments are Disabled News Interviews, Tv / Radio