Australia is the latest country to try and implement breach notification laws. Some, however, are wondering if they go far enough.
Earlier, we’ve produced an analysis of the Intellectual Property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. In this analysis, we expand our knowledge of the agreement by reading through another chapter – the Telecommunications Chapter.
Auckland, New Zealand. That city may be ground zero for where the final fight against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will take place if New Zealand officials get what they want. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, all 12 countries will partake in a signing ceremony.
In a continuation of our series on addressing comments made by TPP supporters, we turn to a piece in the Globe and Mail which also tries to sell the infamous trade agreement.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), one of the trade deals that has little to do with trade and more to do with fulfilling global corporate interests, is in the news again. Recently, a press release said that the agreement is close to being wrapped up. Will this be the announcement that signals a finalization is on […]
We have finished reviewing all the parties that were elected in office last session. The digital issues of all those parties were interesting, even if they were surprisingly disappointing. So now we are including the Green Party in our reviews.
Just shortly after new years, news surfaced on multiple websites where Intel was developing a chip that would support high definition copy protected content for streaming purposes. The news intrigued us, so we discussed some of the issues that came up with coordinator of Digital Copyright Canada and Canadian consultant Russell McOrmond.
When was the last time you burned a CD or a DVD? If you haven’t done that in a while, you aren’t alone according to a copyright collective that collects royalties on blank discs. With slumping blank disc sales, the royalty collecting agency is scrambling to find the next thing to tax to keep revenue […]
It’s the end of 2008 as we know it, but what will 2009 bring? We look at the past for clues into the future.
Take a pre-existing license adopted hundreds of thousands of times. Mix creators and activists with DRM (Digital Rights Management.)