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Why #fixthathouse?

Those of you who follow me on Twitter might wonder why, all of a sudden, I started tweeting assertions with the #fixthathouse hashtag. The reason is simple, CBC The House made me do it.

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Common nonsense: the charter of Quebec Values

Four of these need not apply for a government job in Quebec if the new PQ charter of values becomes law. Can you pick the one that might still get the job?

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Harper government reintroduces toughened online copyright law

In the Vancouver Sun: bill C-32 from last session has been re-introduced (probably with some modification — I haven’t had a chance to read the bill yet) and is far more likely to pass, now that there’s a conservative majority … Continue reading

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TPM and the Public Domain (#c32)

Accroding to The Appropriation Art Coalition applying TPM to public domain content effectively removes that content from the public domain. Is that really true? I don’t think so, and here’s why.

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