Monthly Archives: October 2011

Bill C-11 and digital locks: The National Post comes out swinging

Shorter National Post: Banning the breaking of digital locks, as the Copyright Modernization Act proposes, has little to do with copyright and impairs individuals’ private-property rights. That’s about 100% correct. It’s a bad proposal that has little, if anything, to do with … Continue reading

Posted in Canada copyright, Canada-US relations, copyright, Uncategorized

Canada’s copyright reform bill: Desperately seeking economists (and evidence)

Even though this is nominally a blog about copyright, and even though much of my work to date has focused has concentrated on the Canadian copyright policymaking process, I haven’t felt much of a need to post anything about the … Continue reading

Posted in Canada copyright, economics, evidence-based policymaking, Uncategorized