Professor Geist's Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) takes a look ahead at 2004 by focusing on three of the hottest issues – privacy, copyright, and Internet marketing. With new legislation in Canada, a potential constitutional challenge, the prospect of file sharing lawsuits, […]
The Canadian media continues its coverage of a possible Quebec constitutional challenge. Professor Geist comments on the implications for the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, and the Globe and Mail. see: Privacy Law Likely to Face Challenge also see: Privacy: 'This is the Big Kahuna'
Professor Geist comments on reports that the Quebec Attorney General has obtained an order that allows it proceed with a constitutional challenge against PIPEDA. Professor Geist notes that the order enables the province to proceed with a challenge at any time. see: Federal Privacy Law to Face Legal Challenge
I’m delighted to announce that Gabrielle Hannah Geist was born on Saturday, December 20th at 6:40 pm. Mom and her brother and sister are all doing great! see: Music Giants Lose Key Fights Against Pirates
Professor Geist comments in the National Post on the recent Verizon v. RIAA decision in which a U.S. appellate court dealt a serious blow to the RIAA's current litigation strategy of suing file sharers. see: Music Giants Lose Key Fights Against Pirates also see: Bill 31