The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Jeremy Malcolm explains why Harper’s new plan to extend copyright terms for sound recordings is “thoroughly misguided”
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Game 2: Toronto, Sept. 4, 1972
In the two days after the Mauling in Montreal, Canada was in a deep, dark, depressed funk. The loss to the Soviets was so surprising, so shocking, and so complete, that the entire country had a black cloud hovering over it from coast-to-coast. The same sportwriters who were gloating . . . → Read More: In This Corner: Canada-Russia ’72, game 2: Redemption, for a while, in Toronto.