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Copyright

Appeal Court Ruling the Latest Word on On-line Music

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From Quebec language laws to Internet lotteries, Canadian courts have addressed an unprecedented array of cyberlaw issues in 2002. This month, the Federal Court of Appeal entered the scene, issuing its much-anticipated "tariff 22" decision. The ruling provides the latest word on the dissemination of music on-line, the liability of Internet service providers, Internet jurisdiction, and the copyright law balance, all within the context of a potential on-line music royalty.

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May 16, 2002 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Key Case Restores Copyright Balance

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The view that Canada's copyright law tends to favour content creators may soon be put to rest in light of a recent Supreme Court copyright decision.

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April 18, 2002 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Music Fans Face Raw Copyright Deal

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Game show aficionados will recall the 1960s and 1970s hit Let's Make a Deal, in which host Monty Hall would tempt contestants into trading prizes for whatever lay behind one of three doors. While there were great prizes behind some doors, there was always a booby prize behind one.

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March 21, 2002 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Domain Dispute Bias Goes From Bad to Worse

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An update to a controversial 2001 study that questioned the fairness of the Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers' domain name dispute-resolution policy suggests that things have gone from bad to worse.

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March 7, 2002 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Copyright and Censorship, Censorship and Privacy

University of Toronto, Toronto

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January 12, 2002 Comments are Disabled Conferences