Ivor Tossell's column in the Globe and Mail focuses on Bill C-32 and the problems with the digital lock provisions found in the bill.
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Ivor Tossell has a great piece and podcast in the Globe on the current copyright consultation and the active role of "users" in the debate.
Ivor Tossell has returned to the Globe and Mail with an article on the Pirate Party success along with a podcast interview with Christian Engström, the party's new Member of the European Parliament.
I posted earlier that this week is Ivor Tossell's final column for the Globe. He goes out with a piece on Star Trek fan sites that concludes with these remarkable four paragraphs: There's a lot of things you can do with the Internet. You can sit around all day, strip-mining […]
On the same week that Search Engine is cancelled by the CBC (though happily picked up by TVO), Ivor Tossell has disappointingly announced that the Globe and Mail has dropped his weekly column. Tossell wrote thoughtfully on a wide range of digital issues with some of the best commentary on […]