status quo,” said Katharine Tummon, director of corporations for the oﬃce of the provincial attorney general. “When we were apprised of (Rukavina's site) we immediately were looking to ensure that our corporate registry maintains its integrity.” She said the data was set up to be searched by company name only and was never intended to be used the way Rukavina's website does. She admits there's nothing in the current legislation to say that it shouldn't be used this way. This is because the Companies Act hasn't been updated since this kind of technology became available, Tummon said. “Other jurisdictions have modern provisions that are quite diﬀerent from ours that place limits on the information.” December 9, 2008
3 or 4 people. • Discuss the questions: • On a broader cultural level, what might this hardware to software transition mean for politics? art? education? how we view our position in society? • Who’s left out of this transition? • Can we make it stop (if we wanted to)?