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Response to McMaster’s Q&As on Access Copyright

I received a copy of a document in which McMaster University provides answers to some of the questions arising out of its decision to sign the Model License with Access Copyright. Since many universities are grappling with similar questions and

Posted in Blog, Copyright, Copyright Collectives, Featured, Stationers, Uncategorized

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

Toronto: The First Decade

Ten years ago I landed in Toronto with my wife and an 11 months old son. I left my job as a staff lawyer at the Israeli Antitrust Authority and arrived to Toronto to become a student again at UofT’s

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Jonathan Katz on Jack Layton

Jonathan writes on the death of Jack Layton:

Posted in Featured, Uncategorized

I have very negative attitude towards Ipsos Reid

Let it be known that I have very negative attitude towards Ipsos Reid. A couple of days ago my phone office rang.  The speaker presented herself as a poller from Ipsos Reid, interested in conducting a survey about the public

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