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(c) 2012 “Secure Cloud Computing” by FutUndBeidl. (CC BY 2.0). https://flic.kr/p/cvNwF3

International Association of Privacy Professionals: Michael Geist Calls for More Robust Privacy Law at the IAPP Canadian Privacy Symposium, 2018

I spoke at the 2018 Privacy Symposium hosted by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. There, I discussed online privacy rights issues which changed with the emergence of different social media platforms and how it should be addressed.   The link to the video can be found here.   IMAGE ATTRIBUTION:  (c) 2012 “Secure Cloud Computing” […]

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Talks At Google: Professor Michael Geist – Talks at Google 

I visited Google in London, UK to present at Talks at Google on June 2, 2008 as part of the Affairs of interest/ Policy Talks at Google. There, I discussed Digital Advocacy in developed and developing countries.   The link to the video can be found here.  

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CEPI FGV Direito SP: Challenges for a copyright reform in Brazil – Interview with Michael Geist

In this talk, we talked about how a copyright regime can be used to balance access rights of protected works by users in a digital society.  

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2013 “Social Media apps” by Jason Howie. (CC BY 2.0). https://flic.kr/p/e5wZ3t 

BNN Bloomberg: Trudeau’s Bill C-10 is an overbroad reach, goes beyond what must be regulated: Michael Geist

In this video, I talked about the Bill C-10 and how this bill could interfere with freedom of expression.  

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 2015 “Netflix – Generic Photo – Creative Commons” by Matthew Keys. (CC BY-ND 2.0). https://flic.kr/p/vsTUgA 

BNN Bloomberg: New Digital sales tax will increase costs for consumers: Michael Geist

In this video, I briefly discuss what the new digital sales tax could mean for the consumers of Netflix, Amazon and other non-Canadian digital vendors.  

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