Dear assorted sages and divas,
“We have not, to date, accepted that freedom of expression requires the facilitation of the unlawful sale of goods.” 1
With those incisive words, the Supreme Court of Canada finally called Google out for its long time practice of turning a blind eye to infringement of intellectual property, and ordered that Google block a pirate site, not just in Canada, but around the world.
Read about it here:
Nova Southeastern University
Alvin Sherman Library, Research and
Information Technology Center