Monthly Archives: November 2009

In Mexico, creators and industry are getting together

Very interesting news here in Mexico. El Universal and others (all sources are in Spanish) are reporting that over 30 copyright-related groups are coming together to form the Coalición por el acceso legal a la cultura(Coalition for legal access to … Continue reading

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Tepito!

As I mentioned above, I’m in Mexico to study Mexican copyright policy (I’m actually comparing the implementation of the WIPO Internet Treaties by Canada, the United States and Mexico to see what it can tell us about North American governance, … Continue reading

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Killer swag

Caught The Killers at the Palacio de los Deportes last Sunday, general admission, along with about 10,000 screaming Mexican fans. How good are The Killers live? Good enough that they can play “Somebody Told Me,” their ridiculously catchy debut hit, … Continue reading

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The Leaked ACTA Documents: What Next?

I had originally intended my first post to be more introductory (PhD student in political science at Carleton University in Ottawa, writing a dissertation on implementation of the World Intellectual Property Organization Internet treaties in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, … Continue reading

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