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Further Internet Governance Study Coverage

Reuters has provided further coverage of Professor Geist’s study on national governments and Internet governance. The story notes the growing trend toward government involvement in their national domains. see: Governments Already Regulate Web also see: Governments and ccTLDs: A Global Survey

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December 3, 2003 Comments are Disabled News

Coverage of Internet Governance Study

The release of Professor Geist’s study on global Internet governance has attracted some media attention. Warren’s Washington Internet Daily provides detailed coverage of the study’s findings, while the National Journal’s Technology Daily also covers the story. see: Think Web’s Virtually Government Free? Think Again also see: Governments and ccTLDs: A […]

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December 2, 2003 Comments are Disabled News

Survey Measures Impact of the Internet

Professor Geist is quoted in a Lawyers Weekly article focusing on a recent Lexis-Nexis/IBA survey on the impact of the Internet on business operations. Professor Geist notes the uncertainty surrounding cross-border privacy issues. see: Press release also see: Canadian Privacy Law Review Information

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November 19, 2003 Comments are Disabled News

Professor Geist Recognized for Media Work

Professor Geist has received the first annual University of Ottawa’s Rector’s Award for service to the University through media and community relations. The award recognizes service to the community by sharing expertise through the media. see: Press release also see: Canadian Privacy Law Review Information

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November 19, 2003 Comments are Disabled News

Privacyinfo.ca Update #14

The site has added 15 new PIPEDA decisions recently posted by the Federal Privacy Commissioner’s office. The new decisions include: DECISION #207 – Cellphone Company Meets Conditions for Opt-out Consent (August 6, 2003) www.privacyinfo.ca/dcsn.php? DECISION #205 – First Name Disclosed Without Knowledge and Consent (August 5, 2003) DECISION #204 – […]

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October 31, 2003 1 comment News