Post Tagged with: "surveillance"

CCTV Cameras in Action

The Telegraph reports on how an unsigned British band used CCTV surveillance cameras to create a music video (hat tip: Ian Kerr).

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May 11, 2008 Comments are Disabled News

Electronic Binoculars: Surveillance and the Law

Canadian Bar Association 2005 Annual Meeting link

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August 16, 2005 Comments are Disabled Conferences

Unequal Privacy Protection

The Alberta Privacy Commissioner recently issued a noteworthy decision on the use of keystroke logging in the workplace that hits home for several reasons.  First, the facts of the case: an employee at an Alberta library uncovered the fact that his supervisor had installed a keystroke logger program on his […]

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July 8, 2005 1 comment News

What Do You Want the Internet To Be?

My weekly Law Bytes column (homepage version) highlights several potential Canadian policies that may create a very different Internet. They include ubiquitous network surveillance through the lawful access initiative, ISPs that engage in packet preferencing as in the two cases last week involving Vonage and Telkom Kenya, a new extended license that would require schools to pay millions of dollars for content that is currently freely available on the Internet, and rules that make it far easier to remove an allegedly infringing song than to remove dangerous child pornography. It concludes by riffing on an old Nortel ad campaign by asking whether this is really what we want the Internet to be?

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March 7, 2005 Comments are Disabled Columns

Computer And E-Mail Workplace Surveillance In Canada

Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto

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February 12, 2003 Comments are Disabled Conferences