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5 Dec 2022, 4:14 am by Michael Geist
Credits: CBC News, FTX founder speaks for 1st time since crypto company’s collapse, December 1, 2022 The post The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 149: Ryan Clements on the FTX Collapse and Canada’s Approach to Crypto Regulation appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
2 Dec 2022, 5:15 am by Michael Geist
The post Money for Nothing: Government Quietly Expands Bill C-18 Eligibility to Broadcasters That May Not Even Produce News Content appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
1 Dec 2022, 7:14 am by Michael Geist
Escalates Trade Concerns With Canadian Digital Policy as Canada Seeks To Downplay the Issue appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
30 Nov 2022, 5:42 am by Michael Geist
The post Freedom of Expression for a Price: Government Confirms Bill C-18 Requires Platform Payment for User Posts That Include News Quotes and Hyperlinks appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
28 Nov 2022, 5:00 am by Michael Geist
Credits: House of Commons, November 22, 2022 The post The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 148: Christelle Tessono on Bringing a Human Rights Lens to AI Regulation in Bill C-27 appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
24 Nov 2022, 5:10 am by Michael Geist
The post Dismissing Digital News Outlets: Liberal MP Claims Online News Services Don’t Report News appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
23 Nov 2022, 5:32 am by Michael Geist
The post No Billion Dollar Bonus: Officials Admit Most Bill C-11 Funding Isn’t New and Will Still Be Controlled by Foreign Streamers appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
21 Nov 2022, 7:06 am by Michael Geist
The post Freedom of Expression is Not A Loophole: Responding to the Government’s Inaccurate Defence of Mandated Payments for Links in Bill C-18 appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
21 Nov 2022, 5:37 am by Michael Geist
The post The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 147: Canada’s Battle over Internet Streamers – A Cancon Story of Freedom of Expression, Algorithms and Cultural Policy appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
17 Nov 2022, 5:22 am by Michael Geist
The post Oops, He Did It Again: CRTC Chair Ian Scott Tries to Walk Back Bill C-11 Comments, But Officials Confirm Power to Regulate User Content is in the Bill appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
16 Nov 2022, 5:34 am by Michael Geist
The post In His Own Words: CRTC Chair Ian Scott on Bill C-11 appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
15 Nov 2022, 4:50 am by Michael Geist
The post Clarifying the Clarification of the Clarification: Why Yet Another Upcoming “Clarification” from CRTC Chair Ian Scott Demonstrates the Risks of Bill C-11 and Government Interference appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
14 Nov 2022, 5:50 am by Michael Geist
Credits: Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, October 28, 2022 The post The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 146: Axel Bruns on What the Australian Experience Teaches About the Prospect of Facebook Blocking News Sharing in Response to Bill C-18 appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
14 Nov 2022, 2:12 am by INFORRM
The Chief Constable of Hertfordshire has promised an investigation into the arrests of journalists covering climate protests, amid accusations the force was threatening press freedom and an intervention by Downing Street. [read post]
9 Nov 2022, 5:50 am by Michael Geist
  The post Independence Lost: Why Bill C-18 Undermines An Independent Press Even as It Purports to Protect It appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
8 Nov 2022, 7:15 am by Michael Geist
: Commission Encourages TikTokers To Participate in Future Process on Bill C-11 Content Registration appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
2 Nov 2022, 5:30 am by Michael Geist
The post Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez Tweets Video Suggesting it Shows Creator Support for Bill C-11, But the Video Pre-Dates the Bill By Nearly a Year appeared first on Michael Geist. [read post]
1 Nov 2022, 5:01 am by Michael Geist
The study into the Online News Act continues this week as the government and Bill C-18 supporters continue to insist that the bill does not involve payment for links. [read post]