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OpenMedia.ca: Huffington Post: The fight for Canadians’ personal information heads to court

Independent ISP TekSavvy has been granted additional time to notify Canadians that they could soon be implicated as part of an ongoing copyright crackdown. Although TekSavvy is not a defendant in the ongoing court case, it’s re-assuring to see efforts made by a service provider to help Canadians understand and prepare for . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Huffington Post: The fight for Canadians’ personal information heads to court

OpenMedia.ca: Guilty by accusation: Overzealous copyright lawyers target Canadians

The Internet is ablaze with fury at the news that a content company – Voltage Pictures – is requesting the private information of thousands of Canadian Internet users, who it claims violated its copyright. Crackdowns on alleged infringement are sweeping the nation, as ISPs are being pressured to give private companies the . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Guilty by accusation: Overzealous copyright lawyers target Canadians

OpenMedia.ca: Huffington Post: TekSavvy warns Canadians it has received requests for personal info

Independent Internet Service Provider TekSavvy has announced that an American film studio is demanding personal information of its Canadian customers – a motion that follows recent changes to Canadian copyright law.

In response, TekSavvy is taking a stance that aims to protect Canadian privacy – stating that it will not provide . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Huffington Post: TekSavvy warns Canadians it has received requests for personal info

somecanuckchick dot com: Say “NO!” to C-11 now!

The Harper government re-introduced the Copyright Modernization Act, Bill C-11 in September 2011.

Wonder about where the coverage is on Bill C-11?

Me, too.

SOPA + PIPA may be dead — or shelved — but Bill C-11 is alive and well and set to pass ASAP in 2012.

The Harper government approach to . . . → Read More: somecanuckchick dot com: Say “NO!” to C-11 now!