Initial Listing of Proposed “Community Mail Box” sites for London Ontario:  PDF:  N5V  N5W   N5X  N5Y  N6G  N6H  Excel:  N5V  N5W  N5X  N5Y  N6G  N6H You are encouraged to look-up the sites for your area and discuss the locations with your neighbours, with your local neighbourhood association, and with your elected officials. For more information […]

London City Council’s Civic Works Committee will receive a staff report on Canada Post’s proposal to eliminate home mail delivery on Feb 3rd. I’ve requested delegation status and have submitted the following: ——— To: Civic Works Committee Chairperson H. Usher, Vice Chairperson J. Helmer, members M. van Holst, V. Ridley, T. Park and Secretary J. […]

I will presenting on two panels of at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference in Toronto later this week: Intellectual Property and MakerSpaces and 3D Printing (803D) Thursday January 29: 9 am –10:30am  MTCC 104A Speakers: Mallory Austin, Michael McNally, Samuel Trosow The session examines the issues raised by makerspaces in the context of […]

R v. Fearon: The Supreme Court on cell phones and privacy by Lisa Di Valentino On December 11, 2014, the Supreme Court released its decision in R. v. Fearon, which I brought up in an earlier post about a similar case in the U.S. (Riley v. California, Supreme Court of the United States). In this post […]

Copyright and Licensing Agreements: Are We Signing Away Our Rights? This presentation will examine the relationship between copyright law and provisions in licensing agreements which are often in tension. Contractual provisions that seek to limit the ability of end-users (such as faculty and students) to fully utilize licensed materials are nothing new.  But in the […]

I will be heading out to Edmonton later this month to give a series of talks and to offer a one-unit course in Copyright at UA’s School of Library and Information Studies. Here is the announcement from the SLIS webpage: SLIS is proud to announce that this October we will be hosting SLIS Distinguished Scholar […]

Here is something not on copyright, privacy or telecom policy.  My wife, Marie Blosh, is running for City Council in London Ontario.  Here is the statement she issued today (which coincidentally is the 40th anniversary of the resignation of Richard Nixon) PRESS RELEASE: August 8, 2014 Marie Blosh Declares Candidacy for City Council in Ward […]

Here is a posting written by Lisa Di Valentino about the cell phone privacy decision issued last week from the US Supreme Court   U.S. Supreme Court: Warrant needed to search cell phone of arrested individual by Lisa Di Valentino Earlier this month, the Canadian Supreme Court handed down its judgement in R. v. Spencer, […]

Here is a posting written by Lisa Di Valentino about the internet privacy decision issued today from the SCC . . . Supreme Court confirms importance of information privacy and Internet anonymity by Lisa Di Valentino Today, the Canadian Supreme Court handed down its long-awaited decision in R. v. Spencer. Daniel Therrien, Canada’s new Privacy […]

Originally posted on PLG London:
In early May, the dean of Health Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) was fired for writing an open letter called “Silence of the Deans,” criticizing its new strategic plan, TransformUS. The university justified its actions, saying that Professor Buckingham had betrayed the trust of the university administration by…


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