Just as Canada and the U.S. were gearing up for a holiday weekend, there was a flurry of noteworthy policy developments. I expect that I will have more to say about each in the weeks ahead, so I only pause to comment briefly on each (in order of media coverage […]
Apologies to RSS feed subscribers who experienced feed overload this afternoon. We were working to shift the new feed to old subscribers without necessitating a new url. I’m told that we were successful, but not before subscribers received multiple versions of the same postings in their readers. The problem should […]
The Toronto Star features a special edition of my Law Bytes column (freely available hyperlinked version; Toronto Star reg. version) reflecting on Monday's Grokster decision. I argue that while the highest court in the U.S. unanimously ruled that two file sharing services, Grokster and Streamcast, can be sued for actively encouraging copyright infringement by their users, the decision is not the clear cut win its supporters suggest.