My latest Toronto Star column focuses on recent changes involving Internet intermediaries. Where once only ISPs and intermediaries were synonymous, recent developments illustrate that on the Internet the question isn’t who is an intermediary, but rather who isn’t as individuals, search engines, and financial institutions find themselves in a network […]
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
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