farbles writes: CIRA, Canada's Internet registry will be grandfathering all 3rd level (Provincial) domains (e.g. example.bc.ca) and 4th level (Municipal) domains (e.g. mytown.on.ca) on October 4th, 2010. No new 3rd and 4th level domains can be registered after then and any current ones that expire will be gone for good. The reason is due to CIRA's move to EPP-based registry system. Join me in a toast to the provinces, we'll miss you on the web!
farbles writes: The only meeting of its kind in Atlantic Canada, the only East Coast representing in Canadian discussions of hot topic issues copyright and DRM, Net Neutrality, the Digital Divide between Internet access haves and have-nots and Privacy online. Chebucto Community Net and the Dalhousie Student Union have brought Laura Murray, author of "Canadian Copyright: A Citizen's Guide" and local experts on these hot topics together for a panel discussion and audience participation. CBC Radio will be taping the show. Six hundred seats only. McInnes Room, Dalhousie SUB. Doors open 6:30 P.M. Free admission, general public welcome.