A “Better Late Than Never” Update
Never write a book. I know I’ve not posted to this blog in what seems like an age. My explanation is two-fold. First, I’m working on a book on privacy law in Canada for Lexis Nexis. Between a very busy practice and that book, the blog…well, let’s just say it moved down in priority this [...]
Data Privacy Day 2012
I had the the pleasure of serving as the keynote speaker at Dalhousie University’s 2012 Data Privacy Day last Wednesday in Halifax. My topic was eHealth and Privacy: Issues & Implications For Society. I’m informed a webcast will be posted at some point so if you’re interested, I’ll post the URL when I receive it. The [...]
It seems ages since I’ve last posted to this blog but I do wish to assure readers that I’ve not abandoned it and plan to return to more regular posts in the fall. In addition to running a busy law and consulting practice, the spring and summer of 2011 has been spend updating my 2006 [...]
New ABA Book on Information Security & Privacy
I was pleasantly surprised to receive my copy of Information Security and Privacy: A Practical Guide for Global Executives, Lawyers and Technologists – I contributed the section on Canada. It is a new book from the Science and Technology Law Section of the American Bar Association. Thomas Shaw did a very good job piecing together a [...]
A previous post, Kindergarten Privacy, caught the attention of ITWorldCanada. This led to an conversation with Dave Webb of ComputerWorld Canada on a variety of topics. The interview is presented here.
IP Pick Of The Week
I was very pleasantly surprised to find Dot Indicia as a “Pick of the Week” of IPOsgoode – the Intellectual Property/Technology Program of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. For a new blog, it’s nice to be noticed.