On of Canada’s preemininent Internet-savvy lawyers, Michael Geist, has launched a special page and wiki on his blog, “30 Days of DRM“.
It’s an excellent overview of what copyright means in the digital age and he offers many excellent suggestions on how Canadians can avoid the pitfalls and missteps the Americans have experienced with this issue. Of course, all may be for naught with our current PM playing such an excellent role of lapdog to his US counterpart, but it’s a discussion at least.
There’s plenty of opportunity over there to get involved in Mr. Geist’s ideas and post some of your own. So if you’re even the least bit interested in copyright concerns, head over and dig in!