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Newfoundland Cuts Privacy Commissioner’s Time

Newfoundland has cut the role of its Information and Privacy Commissioner to a part-time position. The provincial Justice Minister said the government remains committed to access to information and privacy.

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September 9, 2004 Comments are Disabled News

India’s DOT Fines Three ISPs

India’s Department of Telecom has fined three ISPs for illegal traffic routing in connection with offering long distance calling. As per the licence conditions, ISPs are not permitted to offer telephony services on fixed lined phones.

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September 7, 2004 Comments are Disabled News

Privacy Law Can’t Protect People From Own Ignorance

Heather Black, Canada’s Assistant Privacy Commissioner, has provided an update on Canada’s privacy legislation. Black notes that there may be a communications gap between business and consumers but adds that "there’s really a limit to how far we can go to protect people from their own ignorance." Professor Geist comments […]

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April 14, 2004 Comments are Disabled News

Responding to CENTR’s Comments on Net Governance Study

CENTR has posted a response to my recent study on the relationship between national governments and country-code domain names. While I think it is terrific that CENTR is encouraging debate on the issue, I have several comments in reply that focus on a misunderstanding on the relationship between myself and […]

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January 9, 2004 Comments are Disabled News

Canada’s Privacy Law Days Away From Full Effect

With PIPEDA scheduled to take full effect on January 1st, the media is beginning to take notice. Professor Geist comments in this Ottawa Sun article on the readiness of Canadian business to comply with the new law. see: Ready or Not, New Privacy Law’s Here also see: True Extent of […]

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December 17, 2003 Comments are Disabled News