Post Tagged with: "OECD"

Battle Lines

I'm just returning from participating in the OECD's Future of the Digital Economy conference in Rome. The conference attracted about 350 attendees with all expected companies, lobby groups, NGOs, and governments in attendance.  I may write more about the conference next week, but it is worth highlighting my major take-away, […]

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February 1, 2006 2 comments News

The OECD on P2P and Record Sales

The OECD this morning released a much anticipated study on digital music. The study, which is worth reading just for the detailed review of online music services and statistical review of music sales, contains some important conclusions about the impact of P2P on record sales. In short, the study concludes […]

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June 13, 2005 Comments are Disabled News

We’re Number…Five?

The OECD has released global broadband usage rates as of December 2004. This statistic was a matter of pride in Canada for the past several years. While South Korea holds a large lead over the rest of the world, Canadian officials wanted to ensure that everyone knew that Canada was number two.

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May 26, 2005 1 comment News

OECD Holds Global Spam Summit

Professor Geist, who served as chair for the legal and regulatory panel at the OECD Spam Summit in Brussels, comments on the major themes of the two-day event in Warren’s Washington Daily. Geist focuses on offline methods of enforcement as a means of stopping spammers. see: Canada Badly Needs National […]

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February 6, 2004 Comments are Disabled News