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Link to Copyright Faculty Resources
blogs & commentary
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that promotes the sharing and re-using of creative works and provides simple, legal licences that creators can use to clearly indicate the uses of their works that they wish to allow.
Blog of Howard Knopf, an Ottawa IP lawyer who blogs about excesses in Canadian and international copyright law.
Blog of Lawrence Lessig, Stanford law professor known for his work on the intersection of law and technology and his criticism of copyright regimes that stifle innovation.
Michael Geist is a law professor and Canada Research Chair in Internet & E-commerce Law at the University of Ottawa, and probably Canada's most well-known expert on (and critic of) copyright law.
Copyright blog by Sam Trosow, a former lawyer and law librarian who is now an Associate Professor jointly appointed to the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at Western.
Ariel Katz is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto and hold the Innovation Chair in Electronic Commerce. Since 2009, he has been the Director of the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy.