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Oct
13
Access Copyright

I have an opinion piece out on Access Copyright, English Canada’s longtime copyright middleman. I argue that Access Copyright is a bit like the Blockbuster Video of Canadian university libraries—once indispensable, and now almost obsolete (largely due the Internet). Within a year from now, it’s possible that no Canadian university will still have day-to-day dealings with […]

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Sep
1
Copyright on Campus

Feb
27
Avoiding a really bad drug trip – Pharmacare versus CETA

Oct
23
The Sell-Off of Corporate Canada

May
28
The Download Decade and the Declining Reputation of the Conference Board

May
13
Downloading and the collapse of the old media regime

Feb
25
The Case Against Ticketmaster

Oct
1
Hoisted by his own petard

Sep
2
Why Harper’s Copyright Reform is Unnecessary

Jun
24
C-61 and Rockonomics

Jun
13
Canada’s trade deficit in cultural services

Jun
12
The Canadian DMCA: Evidence that we are a colony

Jun
7
“In the long run, we are all the Grateful Dead”

Apr
22
Harvard moves to open access

Dec
8
Will privacy concerns kill Facebook?

Nov
27
Harper’s Christmas present for the US entertainment industry

Nov
21
File sharing is good for you (and the music industry)

Jun
12
RPE downtime

May
31
The Olympian Spirit, Copyright Style

May
16
Over-the-top copyright protectionism

Apr
5
The end of DRM for online music?

Apr
5
Pervasive externalities and intellectual property

Mar
9
Stiglitz: patents and drug monopolies

Mar
7
More truthiness from John Ibbitson

Mar
1
The Anti-RIAA Manifesto

Feb
8
Rethinking copyright, TV edition

Feb
7
More thoughts on music and copyright

Feb
7
One from the vault

Feb
7
Information wants to be free…

Feb
3
Copyright Changes Afoot?

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