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The CBC Has Damaged Rosemary Barton’s Brand, And Its Own
"A total lack of political savvy, another boneheaded move,” says one CBC journalist of the broadcaster's suit against the Conservatives
Why The Canadian Government Is Already Giving Millions Of Dollars To News Organizations
It has nothing to do with the coming bailout
The Strange Case Of The Ottawa Outlet That Sued Its Own Freelancer
Blacklock's Reporter recently settled its Federal Court suit against former contributor Dale Smith
Inside Bell’s Push To End Net Neutrality In Canada
Documents obtained by CANADALAND reveal a plan to create a not-for-profit corporation responsible for maintaining a blacklist of alleged pirate sites.
Quebec News Aggregator Shuttered Following Court Injunction
La DOSE is being sued for copyright infringement by a trio of newspapers, in a case that could set a legal precedent for how much of an article can be...
#152 Paywall “Blackmail”
If you share paywalled content, does that constitute copyright infringement?
#103 TPP: Spying, Blocking, and the Internet
University of Ottawa's Michael Geist breaks down the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership), a proposed trade agreement that Stephen Harper has been toiling over in secret for the last five years - an agreement that will have huge impacts on Canada's internet freedom and copyright issues.