Professor Geist's regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) examines the growing tension between privacy and intellectual property rights. The column assesses two recent examples — RIAA subpoenas against alleged file sharers and the brewing dispute over the reliability of WHOIS information.
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Professor Geist addressed 500 delegates as the keynote speaker to the 2003 Access and Privacy Workshop in Toronto on October 2nd. Professor Geist’s talk was titled “Privacy and Expectations”. see: Conference site. also see: Knight v. Hutchinson decision here
Professor Geist spent thirty minutes on the national radio program Rutherford discussing anti-spam legislation and potential Canadian solutions. see: Rutherford Show also see: Knight v. Hutchinson decision here
My latest Toronto Star Law Bytes column examines recent privacy law developments in Canada. It argues that the newprovincial legislation and federal court rulings have lent an air of uncertainty about who is ultimately responsible for enforcing and interpreting Canada’s privacy legislative framework. see: Toronto Star column