We welcome Mark Mulligan’s Music Industry Blog to the blog role, a good starting place is “Why The ‘Music As Free’ Argument Just Doesn’t Hold Water” (and neither does the Music is Water argument!) (Thanks to Dean Kay for the t/o)
Roy Disney is underway once again. A great sailor, a great fan of sailing, and an all around stand up guy. And then there was that movie company. Godspeed, skipper. US SAILING Mourns the Passing of Roy Disney
It will be interesting to learn more about the how, when and why, and more importantly who about this case.
Oh, I’m sorry, that’s “Google Set To Market Own Phone Next Year“. How do you spell “tying arrangement”? Sherman Act, Sherman Act…I know I had it somewhere….
Not to kick a guy when he’s down (although I can’t say as the courtesy has ever been reciprocated), the judge in the Tenenbaum case summed up the fair use analysis of Charlie the Gambler and the entire bunch of poker players from the law school whose name cannot be said: “Defense counsel repeatedly missed […]
The very well funded Michael Geist and the US-backed Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic are really seriously barking up the wrong tree if Geist’s most recent op-ed is to be believed–although he’s already acknowledged “an embarassing math error“–but it seems that there is an embarassing copyright law error as well. Apparently, there […]
I freely admit that I haven’t gotten around to reading the latest and greatest by Google VIP Patry, and I also admit to having had some fun with it (I have at least read the title–“Moral Panics” or as we call it around here, Don’t Be Moral). Others have had the pressure of actually reading […]
In researching a piece on the well funded Michael Geist, I was searching for his “LawBytes” columns on Industry Canada. The search results happened to bring up some search results from within the Industry Canada contracts online database. Several results, in fact. October 1 to December 31, 2004 Contract 5014050 – 2004/12/20 – 2004/12/20 – […]