Tag: University of Toronto

When a tweet crosses the lineWhen a tweet crosses the line

I can’t figure this one out. I’m a lawyer, not a psychologist.

After the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in the Access Copyright case, two academics, Michael Geist and Ariel Katz, stepped up their attacks on Access Copyright.

Michael Geist claimed that the Supreme Court’s decision eviscerated Access Copyright’s business model. In a reply blog post I showed this claim did not stand up to scrutiny.

Ariel Katz jumped in to defend Michael Geist. A major portion of his blog, however, contained a vitriolic attack on Access Copyright.