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The Internet As A Technological Taxi
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC), in recent years, has seemingly developed a newfound interest in matters of copyright which, for decades prior to the digital revolution, had been perceived as a relatively sleepy law to many.
Canada
 
2 Aug 2012
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Toronto Star Wins Libel Appeal; Ontario Court Of Appeal Decision Is First Canadian Case To Apply Responsible Journalism Defence
On November 28, 2008, the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned a jury verdict against the Toronto Star that had awarded C$1.475-million in damages to a northern Ontario businessman and his private corporation for libel.
Canada
5 Dec 2008
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Internet Gaming Poses Challenges for Financial Institutions
Recent U.S. developments have highlighted issues relating to Internet gaming in Canada and the legal position of businesses located in Canada, such as financial institutions, which provide services relating to Internet gaming.
Canada
2 Aug 2006
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Recent Copyright Decisions
The Federal Court has recently confirmed or clarified several aspects of copyright law in cases that involve sports telecasts, encrypted signals and blank media. First, in two decisions by Justice Hughes, the Federal Court emphasized the importance of proving a chain of title when making copyright claims. In 1395047 Ontario Inc. v. New Atlantico Café and Restaurante Inc. (New Atlantico) and Eurosport Event Management Ltd. v. 650621 B.C. Ltd. (Eurosport), both plaintiffs’ copyright infringement
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12 Jun 2006
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