Internet Addiction

Can stern letters really stop Canadians from downloading illegally?

Canada is taking a stab at stopping unauthorized downloading of digital content by sending notices
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Filmmaker sues to use Happy Birthday without payment

2010 academic article suggests copyright expired no later than 1963
Dan Auerbach, Patrick Carney

How hit songs become advertising sound-alikes

‘Please rip off the Black Keys, Mumford & Sons, Lumineers’
Jennifer Stoddart

Privacy commissioner denies Internet surveillance compromise with police

Jesse Brown on why the online spying bill made a comeback
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Justin Trudeau’s geek factor

Jesse Brown evaluates the putative Liberal Leader hopeful’s record on digital policy
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Google fights piracy... except its own?

The new search algorithm seems exceedingly kind toward YouTube

Google, Facebook, Amazon and eBay go to Washington

Meet the Internet Association, the big dot-coms’ lobby group
Mitt Romney

How copyright rules silenced Romney

A great real-life example of how copyright can become censorship