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Who Drives Whom? Driverless Car Pilot Project To Hit The Road In Ontario In 2016
Remember when cars were either manual or automatic? That choice will seem a quaint one in coming years as manufacturers and technology companies race to put driverless cars on the road.
Canada
22 Dec 2015
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The Internet Never Forgets: Google Inc.'S "Right To Be Forgotten" EU Ruling And Its Implications In Canada
In May of this year, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") issued a groundbreaking decision for online privacy rights in Google Inc. v. Agencia Espanola de Proteccion de Datos ("Google v AEPD").
Canada
8 Aug 2014
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Bitcoin E-Gold Rush: Unregulated Technology Gains Currency
Conjuring memories of the Yukon Gold Rush, speculation and dreams of riches abound as bitcoin - a type of digital currency and programmable money - continues to gain currency with investors, entrepreneurs, and the tech savvy.
Canada
21 Feb 2014
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Cloud Computing: Privacy And Other Risks
While the benefits of outsourcing organizational data storage to the cloud are plentiful, so are the legal risks.
Canada
5 Dec 2013
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The New Face of Consumer Protection Law in Ontario: Consolidate, Update and Escalate
On July 30, 2005, Ontario’s existing Consumer Protection Act and Regulations (the "Old CPA") will be replaced by the Consumer Protection Act, 2002 and its associated Regulations (the "New CPA").
Canada
1 Sep 2005
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Advertising & Marketing Bulletin - Freebies: They Can Cost More Than You Think
Offering free products or services to attract customers is a common marketing strategy. E-businesses, in particular, often provide a product free of charge in exchange for an e-mail address. However, in light of the Federal Court of Canada’s decision in Culhane v. ATP Aero Training Products ("Culhane"), businesses may want to think twice before enticing potential customers with giveaways.
Canada
 
7 Sep 2004
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Responsible e-Marketing is NOT Spam!
Maclean’s magazine reported in February that an estimated 60 per cent of today’s e-mail is spam.The ever-increasing volume of spam has created new challenges and new costs for businesses and individuals. However, many businesses use unsolicited commercial e-mail as a part of their marketing programs. Should they be considered "spammers"?
Canada
16 Mar 2004
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