Bill C-10 has put Canada in uncharted territories in more ways than one. One aspect is the fact that no party is a champion for […]
GitHub has re-instated repositories for online backup tool, YouTube-DL. This after the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) sent a letter.
In response to a lot of what is occurring in the world of copyright law, Cory Doctorow is making the case that we are in
Europe is holding hearings about the implementation of Article 17 (censorship machines). Digital rights organizations are pushing for rights.
The Creative Commons community is celebrating another legal win. The US court of appeals have confirmed the non-commercial element of the license.
It seems that multinational corporations are now relying on Europe to pressure Canada into implementing internet censorship. Signs of this come from a recent report.
What has the decade looked like on the digital rights front? Drew Wilson looks back at the decade that was.
Taylor Swift and her label, Big Machine Records, have been involved in an argument. The spat is highlighting a longstanding issue with copyright.
NAFTA 2.0, sometimes referred as USMCA, is inching closer to ratification. US speaker, Nancy Pelosi, said they are getting closer to ratification.
French and German publishers are teaming up, calling Google following the law a violation of competition laws. They doubled down on their “blackmail” comments.