The Globe reports that hackers have penetrated four major Toronto law firms over the past seven months, using sophisticated cyber attacks. The article does not name the firms.
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Public.Resource.Org and Fastcase have announced that they will release a large and free archive of U.S. federal case law, including all Courts of Appeals decisions from 1950 to the present and all Supreme Court decisions since 1754. The archive will be public domain and usable by anyone for any purpose.
Last week I spoke at the 8th International Conference on Law Via the Internet, a conference that focuses on global free access to law. My presentation is here.
The BBC has the details on what is described as a "sea-change" in the way government information becomes available to the public.
Several people have written to ask for a comment on this week's O' Canada panel at the Future of Music Summit in Washington, DC. In addition to my participation (and Walter McDonough's moderation) the panel featured CRIA President Graham Henderson, CMRRA's David Basskin, and MP Sarmite Bulte. Much of the […]