Day: September 20, 2010


A new website has been established by 12 Canadian organizations concerned about the impact of C-32 on the sustainability of Canada’s vibrant creative industry. Called “copyrightgetitright” , the site asks Canadians to join them in “defending Canadian culture & heritage”.

The site provides five  “fast facts”on Bill C-32:

  • C-32 has fundamental flaws that can and must be fixed:while it enhances copyright protections for some digital materials, it paradoxically introduces a long list of new exceptions that jeopardize the economic future of the knowledge workers and content producers at the heart of Canada’s digital economy.

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-09-20Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-09-20

  • Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2010-09-19 #
  • Dilbert cartoon-should people pay for books or pirate them? #
  • US court holds that personal jurisdiction in copyright case is where the owner suffers damage, Denenberg v. LED Technologies 2010 WL 3582994 #
  • Cybercrime — Easier Than Ever To Be Accused #
  • Morality takes a beating on the Web – time to revisit safe harbours for hosters? #
  • Online Ticket Resellers Immune Under the US Communication Decency Act