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YouTube ‘Dancing Baby’ Copyright Ruling Sets Fair Use Guideline
In February 2007, Stephanie Lenz, a mother in Gallitzin, Pa., went on YouTube and uploaded a 29-second video of her toddler dancing while Prince’s song “Let’s Go Crazy” played in the background. Prince’s publishers objected, Ms. Lenz filed a lawsuit, and
'South Park' taking on Caitlyn Jenner
South Park is going to take on Caitlyn Jenner in this week’s season premiere. Comedy Central’s release on the matter is a bit cryptic, which is pretty typical for the show. “The boys express respect for Caitlyn Jenner,” the release teases.
Peter Mansbridge and the leaders' fields of dreams
Comedian Steve Patterson watches and reviews Peter Mansbridge's interviews with the four main federal party leaders on CBC's The National so you don't have to (well, you still should). Here's what he found.
The Princess Bride returns to TIFF
Filmmaker Jason Reitman is hosting a live read of The Princess Bride at the Toronto International Film Festival and he’s been announcing some of the cast on Twitter.
Jays shutout 5-0 by Yankees in finale of 4-game set
The Toronto Blue Jays fell short of a four-game sweep in the Bronx Sunday, falling to the New York Yankees 5-0. Masahiro Tanaka earned the win for New York, while R.A. Dickey took the loss, but threw an eight-inning complete game.
Taming traffic: What if our roads had no rules'
No stop signs or traffic lights may sound like a recipe for chaos, but the 'shared space' concept of roads without rules is getting some attention, with cities from the Netherlands to Florida giving it a try. Auto expert and columnist David Booth says the
Blue Bombers beat up on Riders in Banjo Bowl
Julian Feoli-Gudino's 37-yard touchdown reception late in the third quarter gave the Winnipeg Blue Bombers the spark they needed to down the Saskatchewan Roughriders 22-7 in the 12th rendition of the Banjo Bowl on Saturday.
Jays sweep doubleheader against Yankees, open 4 ½-game lead
The Toronto Blue Jays opened a season-high 4 ½-game lead in the AL East, sweeping a doubleheader from the sagging New York Yankees 9-5 and 10-7 on a sodden Saturday when Troy Tulowitzki cracked a shoulder blade and Marcus Stroman won in his return from a
Troy Tulowitzki out indefinitely with cracked shoulder blade
Toronto shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is out indefinitely after cracking his left shoulder blade in the opener of the Blue Jays' doubleheader opener Saturday against the New York Yankees during a second-inning collision with centre fielder Kevin Pillar.
Blue Jays trump Yankees in Game 1 of doubleheader
Chasen Shreve forced three runs in with bases-loaded walks in the 11th inning, and the Toronto Blue Jays rallied from a three-run deficit to beat the New York Yankees 9-5 Saturday in a doubleheader that could mark the final turning point in the AL East ra
At least 87 killed as crane crashes into Mecca's Grand Mosque
A towering construction crane toppled over on Friday during a violent rainstorm in the Saudi city of Mecca, Islam's holiest site, crashing into the Grand Mosque and killing at least 87 people ahead of the start of the annual hajj pilgrimage later this mon
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