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that the FCC has struck deals with both Canada and Mexico to enable the
sharing of certain wireless spectrum in border areas.
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Spectrum Auction Tragedies: the case of the Mexico spectrum auction for AWS services
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Ramiro Tovar Landa (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México) has written on Spectrum Auction Tragedies: the case of the Mexico spectrum auction for AWS services...
French pass 'three strikes' file-sharing law
In a decision that is likely to alarm file-sharers worldwide, an almost empty French National Assembly has finally voted through its "three strikes law" designed to clamp down on file-sharing and illegal downloads.
France: 'Canada Mulling Three-Strikes Policy for Illegal File-Sharing'
Govt document says the country is working with ISPs to develop a plan to disconnect subscribers repeatedly accused of copyright infringement. Michael Geist, the noted professor of law at the University of Ottawa where he holds the Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-commerce Law, wrote in his blog late last week that he had come across a French government document that that cites Canada as a example of a country negotiating a three-strikes-and-your-out ISP policy towards illegal file-sharers...
France Passes Three-Strikes Law
Now just a matter of time before the anti-file-sharing law goes into affect. The French National Assembly formally passed the “Creation and Internet Law” bill late last Thursday, and sadly in an almost empty chamber, that creates a so-called “three-strikes” policy for those accused of illegal file-sharing...
Carpooling Decision in Canada: No Compensation Allowed For Inter-City Trips
My wife won?t watch the news with me anymore. Apparently, my habit of talking back to the TV during reports on court cases is a little less than endearing. I just can?t help it, though- media reports on legal issues tend to range from slightly misleading to blatantly incorrect, and that drives me batty...
Copyright Industry Demands Canada Adopt Three Strikes Law
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Copyright industry lawyer and lobbyist for the CMPDA (The Canadian arm of the MPAA) and the CRIA (The Canadian arm of the RIAA) wrote an op-ed saying that it’s “Time to end Canada’s pirate haven” while calling for a graduated response (which is effectively a three strikes law)...