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Selon les statistiques les plus récentes de Statistique Canada, deux grandes entreprises canadiennes sur cinq auraient été victimes d’une cyberattaque. Dans cet épisode, nous explorons les implications légales découlant des logiciels malveillants (“malware”) avec Maître Éloïse Gratton, avocate et associée au cabinet Borden Ladner Gervais. Nous discutons les impacts au droit à la vie privée, la protection des renseignements confidentiels et personnels et les obligations légales des entreprises de signaler ou de notifier les incidents.

Direct download: Cybersecurity-Pt1_V2.mp3
Category:Technology Law -- posted at: 2:00am EST
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Regulating online content is a complex issue that platforms and governments alike continue to grapple with. In this episode, we explore the Canadian Government’s Proposed Approach to Address Harmful Content Online and its potential impact on civil liberties.

We speak with Me Lex Gill, a public interest lawyer who co-authored a recent report on the pressing privacy, freedom of expression, and human rights considerations related to the government’s proposal.

Direct download: OnlineHarms-V3.mp3
Category:Technology Law -- posted at: 2:00am EST
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In this episode, Laura Rhodes met with Professor Jane Bailey of the University of Ottawa to discuss her work with the eGirls Project, which studies privacy, security, and equality in the increasingly online lives of young women.

Direct download: P130654MLJBailey.mp3
Category:Technology Law -- posted at: 10:52am EST
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In this interview, Professor Roderick Macdonald explores the impact of information technology on law, legal scholarship, litigation, and access to justice in the twenty-first century.

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Category:Technology Law -- posted at: 2:39pm EST
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