Some blog readers may know that the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law hosts an annual IP and Cyberlaw conference each fall. In previous years, we've held a comparative Canada – U.S. conference and last year hosted a "global conversation" on Internet law issues featuring speakers from around the world […]
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The Telus website blockage story may have come to a close last week with the removal of the block, but its ramifications are likely to felt for a long time to come. The NY Times covers the story today and my weekly column (freely available hyperlinked version, Toronto Star version) […]
Reports today indicate that Telus is currently blocking access to Voices for Change, a website run by the Telecommunications Workers Union. The company has confirmed that its nearly one million subscribers are blocked from accessing the site, though it is obviously available to just about everyone else (and presumably to […]