Author Archives: Brian Pellot

World Intellectual Property Day: Copyright and creativity in a digital world

Brian Pellot: Copyright and creativity in a digital world

Google Transparency Report shows Brazil tops takedown table

Brian Pellot: Google Transparency Report shows Brazil tops takedown requests

Quality overlooked in rush to spread digital access

Brian Pellot: Quality overlooked in rush to spread digital access

Debating digital rights at OrgCon North

Brian Pellot: Debating digital rights at OrgCon North

New Microsoft report: a step towards transparency

Brian Pellot: New Microsoft report is a step towards transparency

Freedom to Connect conference: Aaron Swartz remembered, calls for copyright law ammendment

Freedom to Connect conference: Aaron Swartz remembered, calls for copyright law ammendment

New US phone law a danger to free speech

Brian Pellot: New US phone law a danger to free speech rights

Google Transparency Report reveals record high government requests

Governments and courts in 31 countries requested data from 33,634 Google users or accounts in the second half of 2012 according to the company’s latest Transparency Report. While the number of data requests rose by two per cent — from 20,938 to 21,389 — the proportion of requests Google fully or partially complied with dropped by [...]