The Toronto Star considers the ethics of downloading music you already own.
Bill Patry, Google's copyright counsel and one of the leading global authorities on the subject, is back with a new book and a blog. His previous blog was an absolute must-read on all-things copyright.
CIRPA, the Canadian Independent Record Production Association, has changed its name to the Canadian Independent Music Association, reflecting the change in the business.
In a letter to the editor at the Globe, the Erna Paris rejects fair dealing, saying instead "the government must legislate a win-win system of collective licensing." Update: Note that Ms. Paris has posted a comment in this thread clarifying that the Writers Union does not reject fair dealing as […]
The Globe reports that Bell has filed an action in the Federal Court of Appeal challenging the CRTC's recent decision on fee-for-carriage, arguing that the Commission overstepped its jurisdiction.