Chris Selley: In the skirmish over copyrighted material in attack ads, the government and media both look awful
Publication: National Post
This article discusses the federal government’s possible copyright reform. The author quotes Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-Commerce Law, who said he is "not a fan of attack ads, but attempts to use copyright to claim absolute rights over the use of a portion of a video clip is surely counter to basic principles of fair dealing.”
How safe are we from Ebola?
This article discusses the risks of Ebola spreading. According to Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, the Ebola vaccine developed in Canada could be more effective than its competitor, as it requires only one dose.
Power Play: Court seemed "open to arguments"
Publication: CTV News
Carissima Mathen, Common law Section, discusses the Supreme Court case on the right to a medically supervised or assisted death. She said the court seemed open and prepared to consider the issue.
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