While I was away last week, the Toronto Star published my annual A to Z review of the year in law and technology (Toronto Star version, Tyee version, homepage version). From Access Copyright to Zeke's Gallery, there was rarely a dull moment in 2007.
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The number of Canadian lawsuits arising from blog postings is on the rise – the Montreal Gazette covers a mushrooming defamation lawsuit launched against Zeke's Gallery, a Montreal art gallery who maintains a blog, while the Ottawa Citizen has coverage of Steelback Brewery's Frank D'Angelo's suit against an Ottawa blogger.
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