Post Tagged with: "security"

Here Comes Lawful Access

Canadian Justice Minister Irwin Cotler spoke to a group of police organizations today and pledged to move forward this fall on the lawful access initiative.  Cotler apparently indicated that there will be a memo to cabinet on the matter in September with legislation likely to quickly follow.  For those who […]

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August 18, 2005 35 comments News

Canada Needs A National Privacy Breach Reporting Law

My latest Law Bytes column  (Canada Needs A National Privacy Breach Reporting Law  Toronto Star version, freely available hyperlinked version) makes the case for a national Canadian privacy and security breach reporting law. Over the past twelve months, there has been a staggering number of reported privacy and security breaches — with […]

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July 4, 2005 Comments are Disabled Columns

Ontario Privacy Commissioner Calls For Privacy Breach Reporting Law

Congratulations to Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian for being the first Canadian privacy commissioner to speak out for what should be self-evident: Canada needs a law that requires organizations to report privacy or security breaches to their customers.

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June 24, 2005 1 comment News

Outsourcing Our Privacy: Privacy and Security in a Borderless Commercial World

Outsourcing Our Privacy: Privacy and Security in a Borderless Commercial World (with Milana Homsi) forthcoming UNB Law Journal (working draft 2005) Link to Document FINAL_UNB.doc

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April 1, 2005 Comments are Disabled Scholarship

Privacy and Expectations

Keynote address at the 4th Annual Workshop on Privacy and Security held in Toronto on November 6 – 7, 2003. Professor Geist’s talk begin at roughly the 41 minute mark.link

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November 6, 2003 Comments are Disabled Audio