2004's tech rulings shaping lives, business This past year saw several landmark developments in Canadian technology law. The Supreme Court of Canada released a trio of important rulings, federal policy makers grappled with difficult issues such as copyright and spam, and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) held hearings […]
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Court cases affected spam, copyright, music and much more in 2003 As individuals grappled with a deluge of spam and anti-spam legislation, concerns about their personal privacy, and confusion over the application of copyright law to the online environment, 2003 was a busy year for technology law. Although activities south […]
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