A very important series of articles by Michael Geist, 30 Days of DRM;
Starting tomorrow, I plan to spend the thirty days before the House of Commons reconvenes to highlight some of the exceptions and limitations that should be included in the event that a Canadian DMCA is introduced. Each day, I will post a new provision, focusing broadly on marketplace concerns, public protection, and fair circumvention. The postings will be collected on a single page to form a compilation of DRM policy issues. Moreover, I’m launching a wiki that will start with the postings and will hopefully grow as interested readers add examples and additional perspectives.
Make sure to follow his writings if you’re interested in those issues. Actually, you should read up anyway, this is important stuff.