An Ontario court has issued a new decision interpreting Canada’s federal privacy law in the context of videosurveillance. The court ruled that exceptions found in the Act that apply to law of Canada includes the common law, though it noted that the wording in PIPEDA "leaves a lot to be […]
Archive for May 25th, 2004
Last week Professor Geist delivered a talk at the ALAI Rethinking Copyright conference in Ottawa and several people have asked whether they could get a copy of the powerpoint slides. The presentation can be found below. see: West Urged To Share Internet Governance also see: Task Force Backgrounder
- The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 66: Ann Cavoukian on Why Canadians Can Trust the COVID Alert App
- Forget Link Licensing and Cross-Subsidies: When it Comes to Tech, Canada Should be Focused on Competition Law and Tax Policy
- How Can Linking to an Article be Immoral When the Media Source Itself Does the Posting?
- The Guilbeault Internet Plan: Leave it to the CRTC and Copyright Board of Canada to Get Money from Web Giants
- Four Million Downloads and Counting: Everyone Should Install the COVID Alert App