19 Oct

Top court protects online links from libel claims

<p>Internet users who post hyperlinks to libellous material posted on other websites cannot be sued for repeating the libel, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled. The Oct. 19 ruling in <em>Crookes v. Newton</em> protects one of the most basic functions of the Internet -- the ability of users to share links to material posted online, even material they have not fully reviewed and they may not agree with.

20 Jun

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10 Mar

J-Source is hiring

Canadian Journalism FoundationJob Posting for Associate Editor, Canadian Journalism Project (   Full-time contract positionStart Date: April/May, 2008 (negotiable)Term of Contract: 1 year contractLocation: TorontoSalary: $30,000 – $40,000 / year, commensurate […]