The Canadian Privacy Law Blog reports on a new Ontario decision which concluded there is a reasonable expectation of privacy in subscriber account records.
Archive for October 9th, 2009
David Eaves compares the U.S. and Canada on open data from the two federal governments. The U.S. emerges as the hands-down winner.
October 9, 2009 — Comments are Disabled — News
Episode 179: Peter Menzies on Why the CRTC Feels Broken Right Now
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- What the CRTC’s New Registration Requirements Mean for Regulating Everything from Online News Services to Podcast Providers
- The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 179: Peter Menzies on Why the CRTC Feels Broken Right Now
- The Documents Don’t Lie, Even If It Appears Pablo Rodriguez Does: ATIP Reveals His Office Was Informed Within Minutes of CMAC/Marouf Termination Notice
- The Need for Truthful Accountability: What ATIP Records Tell Us About Pablo Rodriguez and Canadian Heritage Funding an Anti-Semite
- Why Industry Minister Champagne Broke the Bill C-27 Hearings on Privacy and AI Regulation in Only 12 Minutes