As we head into the final stretch of the Canadian election, things got ugly after the CBC sued the Conservative party for copyright infringement.
The Supreme court of Canada has been quite busy recently. A number of decisions have been handed down that affects royalties and when creators can
We are currently in the process of interviewing Russell McOrmond, a well known observer of Canadian copyright and policy consultant. You can read part 1
We have just wrapped up reviewing bill C-32, Canada’s copyright reform bill. Since Canada had a huge public consultation on the matter earlier, we found
We’ve been hearing lots about Canada’s new copyright reform bill (Bill C-32) and it’s already caused quite a stir. Since it is so new, very
Barry Sookman might not like the idea of expanding Canada’s fair dealings regime, but the increasingly large chorus of calls have been to expand Canada’s
Fair dealings is a very hot topic for debate in Canada. While a select few, namely Barry Sookman, don’t support any expansion on fair dealings,
Two months ago, Telus, one of Canada’s largest ISP’s (Internet Service Provider,) made demands that the government should back a tougher “fair use” regime.
As long as there has been intellectual property, Copyright has always been following close behind. When ‘this internet thing’ came around, it changed the face