I am delighted to report that From “Radical Extremism” to “Balanced Copyright”: Canadian Copyright and the Digital Agenda, the new peer reviewed book from Irwin Law on Bill C-32 and Canadian copyright, is now available online. The book is available for download from the publisher under a Creative Commons licence. A print […]
From “Radical Extremism” to “Balanced Copyright”: Canadian Copyright & the Digital Agenda Now Online
Together with my colleague Jeremy deBeer, I recently contributed an essay titled Developing Canada’s Intellectual Property Agenda to the annual Canada Among Nations (2007). Our article, which is available online in PDF or via SSRN, argues that Canada should lead by example on intellectual property by adopting flexible, balanced policies […]
Network Neutrality in Canada, in For Sale to the Highest Bidder: Canadian Telecom Policy in an Era of Deep Integration (Marita Moll and Leslie Regan Shade, eds.) (Ottawa, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)
The UN ICT Task Force has published Internet Governance: A Grand Collaboration, a collection of works from a March 2004 meeting. Professor Geist contributes National Governments and Country Code Top Level Domains: A Global Survey.
National Governments and Country Code Top Level Domains: A Global Survey, pg. 282-90 in Internet Governance: A Grand Collaboration (D. MacLean, ed.) (New York, UN ICT Task Force) (2004)