While I was away last week, the Toronto Star published my annual A to Z review of the year in law and technology (Toronto Star version, Tyee version, homepage version). From Access Copyright to Zeke's Gallery, there was rarely a dull moment in 2007.
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Appeared in the Toronto Star on December 18, 2006 as Decisions, Disputes that Shaped Technology in '06 This past year in law and technology has been marked by a series of noteworthy developments including the explosive interest in user-generated content, the emergence of several artists-backed copyright coalitions, and the arrival […]
My weekly Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) contains an annual A to Z review of the top stories in Canadian Internet, privacy, and technology law. The column highlights several leading cases and policy initiatives including copyright and privacy decisions as well as […]
Professor Geist's regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) provides an A to Z look back at the year in technology law in Canada. The column focuses on leading cases, legislative developments in the spam and privacy world, and emerging copyright policy concerns.
is for antiterrorism legislation,which dominated public debate throughout the fall. The 171-page bill, known as Bill C-36, raised numerous cyberlaw concerns including its impact on privacy rights and cybercrime. Somewhat overlooked was the announcement that Canada will ratify an international cybercrime treaty, which will provide law enforcement with greater cross-border power to combat on-line criminal activity.