Professor Michael Carrier has published the results of a remarkable initiative on copyright and innovation that uses the music industry and Napster as the case study. Carrier interviewed leading executives at major record labels and technology companies in an effort to better understand the implications of the litigation strategy against […]
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Canada’s Science, Technology and Innovation Council released its latest report on the State of the Nation, finding that Canada has declined over the past two years on the majority of innovation benchmarks
The London School of Economic Media Policy Project has released a new study that criticizes recent UK reforms for failing to strike the right balance between copyright enforcement and innovation. The report finds that P2P should be encouraged to promote innovative applications and that offering user-friendly, fairly priced services is […]
PLOS Medicine publishes a series of short pieces on the impact of patents on medical care and innovation, drawn in part from Canadians Richard Gold, James Obinski, and Sevil N-Marandi.
The Science, Technology and Innovation Council has released its first public report that benchmarks Canada's science, technology and innovation system against the world's innovating countries. The report includes discussion on the need for open innovation. There is no recommendation or discussion on the need for stronger IP laws.