Monthly Archives: March 2012

Let’s Talk about the “Effect on the Market”: The Light Version

Yesterday I wrote a rather lengthy post about the “Effect on the Market” in fair use and fair dealing analysis. With the lengthy comments on it, is has become even more interesting, but long. And serious. So here’s a lighter version.

Posted in Blog, Copyright, Featured, Piracy, Uncategorized

Let’s Talk about the “Effect on the Market”. Seriously.

Barry Sookman’s blog features a post titled “Renewed Attacks on the “Effect on the Market” Factor” and written by his associate Dan Glover. The post opens with an inappropriate and inaccurate ad hominem attack on Howard Knopf and Michael Geist, both

Posted in Antitrust / Competition Law, Blog, Copyright, Copyright Collectives, Featured

Bill C-11 and the Big Access Copyright Grab

Two issues, fair dealing and digital locks, have attracted most of the attention in the debates about Bill C-11. Little or no attention has been given to a few provisions in the Bill, especially the proposed subsections 30.02(6), (7) and

Posted in Antitrust / Competition Law, Blog, Copyright, Copyright Collectives, Featured

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