Dilbert, the DMCA and the Internet bubble video

Radiohead recently rocked the music industry by making its latest album downloadable for free, or more accurately, for "whatever fans wanted to pay." The band was lauded for ushering in a new business

Published on: December 14th, 2007 Johna Till Johnson

Actions of Access Copyright amount to virtual protection racket

I've never been comfortable with the mentality, seemingly unique to Canada, that justifies putting taxes on blank media. Having music artists get a piece of every blank cassette or CD was a presumption

Published on: October 6th, 2006 Evan Leibovitch

Defeat of government puts kybosh on copyright, Web traffic snooping legislation

The collapse of Paul Martin’s minority government last month will kill off — at least temporarily — several pieces of proposed legislation to change the way copyright is handled electronically and how police

Published on: February 1st, 2006 Shane Schick