Privacy Commissioner Expected To Release Facebook Compromise Today

The Privacy Commissioner of Canada will hold a news conference this morning at which she is expected to reveal that her office and Facebook have reached an agreement on privacy changes at the social networking site.

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August 27, 2009 1 comment News

How Does Canada’s Digital Music Market Really Stack Up?

CRIA's Graham Henderson has posted an op-ed in the Georgia Straight in which he repeats many of his comments from an earlier copyright consultation roundtable. Henderson points to U.S. sales and new services Europe such as Spotify and Nokia's Comes With Music to support his claim is that Canada is […]

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August 26, 2009 13 comments News

Charlie Angus on Copyright Reform

Exclaim! has an interview with Charlie Angus on copyright reform.  Angus states: "Canada's copyright laws need to be updated but that isn't to say that we are in any way some kind of digital banana republic, as is being claimed by the CRIA crowd. What's really important is, are we […]

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August 26, 2009 2 comments News

Does ACTA Violate European Constitutional Law?

FFII reports on why the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement may be declared unconstitutional by European constitutional courts.

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August 26, 2009 1 comment News

FCC Chair Pledges To Enforce Net Neutrality

FCC Chair Julius Genachowski tells The Hill that "his agency will support 'net neutrality' and go after anyone who violates its tenets."

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August 26, 2009 3 comments News