Copyright and media policy

Please note that you may also be interested in my French-language blog called ““ This morning, I had the great honor of leading an undergraduate communications studies class lecture and discussion around the topic of “copyright” within the context of media policy. I recorded my session with a wrist-bound smartwatch, here are the two resulting […] Lire la suite

Concordia University Copyright

Some readings on Copyright

I am giving a lecture on copyright this afternoon and here is the list of preparatory material I submitted to the class: Canadian Intellectual Property Office page on Copyright: The “CCH” case on fair dealing: CCH Canadian Ltd. v. Law Society of Upper Canada, [2004] 1 SCR 339, 2004 SCC 13 (CanLII), <> retrieved […] Lire la suite

Copyright Lectures and conferences

Copyright a contrario – CDACI Lecture series, Université de Montréal

Here is the video of a lecture in English I gave yesterday at Université de Montréal’s Centre du droit des affaires et du commerce International. I also pasted below the abstract and the poster of the event : [youtube] Copyright, caught in a digital maelstrom of perpetual reform and shifting commercial practices, exacerbates tensions between […] Lire la suite

Critical Thinking Google Industries and Markets Information Technology

A note about ChatGPT

Dear colleagues, (The gist: don’t panic but engage actively with this topic. Always remember that your friendly subject librarian is there to discuss – we even have a helpful guide about ChatGPT: ) Chatbots, abundant intelligence (AI) and other algorithms have impacted librarianship since I’ve started working at Concordia 20 years ago. I remember […] Lire la suite