Monthly Archives: March 2011

Where will the next Google come from?

The Guardian reports that British Prime Minister, David Cameron, believes that the UK should adopt a US-style “fair use” regime (and as expected, criticized by the music industry, publishers, etc.). Apparently, Cameron was convinced that a company such as Google

Posted in Blog, Copyright, Featured

CIPC Study on P2P File-sharing Doesn’t support its Policy Recommendation

Last week, the Canadian Intellectual Property Council released a commissioned report on the effects of music file-sharing in Canada.  The report, titled The True Price of Peer to Peer File-Sharing, is based on a study conducted by Dr. George Barker, director for

Posted in Blog, Copyright, Featured, Piracy

What Can Canada Learn from Israel about Copyright Reform?

This post originally appeared on the UofT Faculty of Law Blog on Dec. 8, 2007.  Since it’s still relevant, I’m posting it again. A bill entitled Bill entitled “An Act to amend the Copyright Act” is likely to be handed

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