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Privacy

Who wants to read an 87-page privacy report from this guy on the holidays?

Me I guess?

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Privacy Regulatory regime in Canada

Regulators are sick and tired of Facebook’s crap

Irony can be pretty ironic
Mmm, that’s good irony

I first used that image up there on this little legal blog back in 2011. It’s incredible how still useful it is. My Facebook tag of posts is pretty much the biggest font in that tag cloud somewhere over there on the right. But the last week has really been bad for Facebook. Even Canada is pissed! Oh wait, Facebook’s stock jumped 4% after a very good earnings quarter. Maybe not such a bad week after all.

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Privacy Regulatory regime in Canada The Courts

Privacy Commissioner heads to Federal Court for fun and determination of Google’s profits

guilty guilty guilty

Don’t worry, I don’t understand the headline either. But I’ll explain. There was a HUGE development in privacy / internet circles [/checks calendar] about 3 weeks ago, that will possibly have some HUGE implications for a lot of things. Am I being vague? Seems like it! OK, let’s figure this out.

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Privacy

Is there anything more fun than reading an Annual Report? About privacy?

Written by this guy. This will be… fun?

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Privacy

Privacy! Privacy! Privacy!

mmm deliscious privacyThe world is abuzz with privacy news this month. So much so that I spent a morning last week being interviewed by every CBC Radio station in British Columbia. What’s up with that? You got me, they like their privacy in BC I guess. But I’m even making it into the francophone media! So let’s dive in with all the privacy news du jour.

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Privacy The Courts

Facebook won’t like this and my job is in jeopardy – thanks, Supreme Court!

Irony can be pretty ironic
Mmm, that’s good irony

Oh Supreme Court, you’ve gone and done it now.

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Privacy

Remember your privacy? It’s back! in Annual Report form.

mmm deliscious privacy“The Commissioner shall, within three months after the end of each financial year, submit to Parliament a report…” doesn’t sound like the basis for an exciting post on privacy in the modern technological age, yet here we are!

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Privacy The Courts

Twitter! Revenge porn! It’s the Jurisprudence Week in Review

mmm, dusty

We’ve had two important internet law cases coming out of Ontario over the last week or so. I have spent the last couple of days trying to figure out which one to write about. After much soul-searching drinking, I’ve decided to write about both. This is probably a mistake.