1-5 octobre 2018
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How a 'right to be forgotten' could trigger a battle over free speech in Canada (CBC News)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on Europe's "right to be forgotten" model, which simply removes search engine results, making material harder to find.

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We must not exclude irregular migrants from health care (The Globe and Mail)
Y.Y. Brandon Chen, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about why we must not exclude irregular migrants from health care.

Yes, we should revoke Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary citizenship (The Globe and Mail)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about revoking Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary citizenship.

Asia markets mixed as US and Canada agree on renewed NAFTA (CNBC)
Debra Steger, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the new trade deal between the US, Canada and Mexico.

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New trade deal is 'a win win win situation' for US, Canada and Mexico: Expert (CNBC)

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Details of the new North America free trade deal (Reuters UK)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the new trade deal and its impact on Canada.

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Key takeaways from USMCA: The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (CTV News Toronto)

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Canada 'caved' on intellectual property issues: critics of trade deal (Financial Post)

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NAFTA replacement kills CRTC Super Bowl ad policy (BNN Bloomberg)
Duty Free Shopping, Super Bowl Ads And Drug Prices: What New Trade Deal Means For Canadians (HuffPost Canada)
Canada capitulates on copyright in new USMCA deal, experts say (Toronto Star)
Canada capitulates on copyright in new USMCA deal (Toronto Star)
The USMCA explained: Winners and losers, what's in and what's out (MacLean’s)
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Details of the New North America Free Trade Deal (New York Times)

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Experts say N.B.-style uncertainty is avoidable: 'You need rules written down' (CTV News Atlantic)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about the confusion over New Brunswick's provincial election results.

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How would Canada have handled the Brett Kavanaugh fiasco? (Ottawa Citizen)
Daphne Gilbert, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about how the Brett Kavanaugh case is being handled.

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Will USMCA affect Canada's drug prices? Depends on what happens next (CBC News)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Faculty of Medicine, comments on USMCA's influence on Canadian drug prices.

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Donald Trump is no laughing matter (Toronto Star)
Penny Collenette, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about Donald Trump, a dangerous politician and social predator.

Canadians shouldn't bet on lower dairy prices under new trade deal: experts (Global News)
Debra Steger, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the USMCA deal’s influence on Canadian dairy.

Election law overhaul, accessibility laws and incoming immigration board chair (iPolitics)
Michael Pal, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Elizabeth Dubois, Faculty of Arts, are on a panel of experts who will discuss the implications of social media privacy breaches.

USMCA writes new rules around online content (BNN Bloomberg)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the USMCA’s potential impact on freedom of speech online. 

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Bell, CBC, Others Fail In Campaign To Institute Website Blocking (HuffPost Canada)
CRTC Rejects Web Censorship Proposal In 'Huge Win' For Digital Rights Activists (HuffPost Canada)

CRTC rejects proposed website-blocking scheme to fight online piracy (Financial Post)

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NAFTA replacement kills CRTC Super Bowl ad policy (BNN Bloomberg)
CRTC rejects proposed website-blocking scheme to fight online piracy (Financial Post)
CRTC rejects call to block content pirates (Waterloo Region Record)

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Thom Barker: Notwithstanding words, actions speak louder (The Telegram)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on an Ontario Superior Court judge’s decision to strike down as unconstitutional the bill that would cut Toronto city council’s size.

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How the USMCA falls short on digital trade, data protection and privacy (Washington Post)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about how the USMCA falls short on digital trade, data protection and privacy.

Experts say USMCA frees Canadian data - but with unknown risks (Washington Post)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about USMCA and Canadian data.

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USMCA writes new continental rules around online content, experts say (Peace Arch News)

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Revers de Bell Canada, Rogers et Radio-Canada qui veulent bloquer l'accès des consommateurs au contenu web piraté (RCI)
Michael Geist, Faculté de droit, Section de common law, commente l'accès des consommateurs au contenu web piraté.

The USMCA locks Canada in on digital trade-and at a worrying time (MacLean’s)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about the notable differences in Canada's approach to data between the 'new NAFTA' and the TPP.

Canada's Not-Great, Not-Terrible Trade Agreement (The Walrus)
Debra Steger, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the new trade agreement.

Blockchain's role as a privacy enhancing technology (CBA National)
Florian Martin-Bariteau, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on blockchain's role as a privacy enhancing technology.

Aung San Suu Kyi's loss of Canadian citizenship should be applauded (Troy Media)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about stripping Aung San Suu Kyi's Canadian citizenship.

Did Canada's negotiators get a 'progressive' trade deal for Canada that was 'free and fair' as they hoped? (Toronto Star)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the new trade deal.

Tech expert resigns from Sidewalk Toronto advisory panel over data ownership concerns (Toronto Star)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about data ownership concerns.

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Experts urge Health Ministry to change stance on e-cigarettes (Financial Express)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about vaping products.

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Tragédie de Lac-Mégantic: nouveau plaidoyer pour une enquête publique (Le Journal de Montréal)
Bruce Campbell, Faculté de droit, Section de common law, fait le point sur un nouveau livre concernant la tragédie du Lac-Mégantic.

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