15-19 octobre 2018
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Canada urged to respond faster as digital landscape evolves (Toronto Star)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, comments on the aspect of digital trade in the new Canada-Mexico-United States agreement.

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'Meme bans' and 'link taxes': a copyright reform explainer (Toronto Star)
David Fewer, Common Law Section, talks about the European Union's recent changes to its copyright legislation, which aims to stop piracy of content.

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Historical indecent assault charge against former teacher to be dismissed (CBC News)
Elizabeth Sheehy, Common Law Section, said that when sexual assault cases get to court, complainants are often cross-examined on details, regardless of how long ago an incident took place.

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Calgary's Olympic committee spending more than half of meetings in private (Calgary Herald)
Duff Conacher, Common Law Section, comments on Calgary's Olympic committee spending more than half of their meetings in private.

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ANALYSIS: Captured Canadians in Syria unlikely a legal problem for Trudeau, only a political one (Global News)
Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, talks about Canada's legal obligation regarding Canadians being held by Kurdish forces in northern Syria.

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Suspended vice-admiral's lawyers demand government produce secret documents (National Post)
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section, talks about Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's legal team demanding the federal government to release dozens of documents that officials have deemed cabinet secrets.

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Publications similaires | Similar publications
Suspended vice-admiral's lawyers demand government produce secret documents (The Province)
Les avocats de Mark Norman veulent percer le «secret ministériel» (L'Actualité)

Does Canadian Privacy Law Apply to Google Search? (Invesbrain)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, writes about the 'right to be forgotten' and Canadian privacy law to Google search.

Waterfront Toronto advisers threaten resignations ahead of key Sidewalk Labs project meeting (The Globe and Mail)
Teresa Scassa and Michael Geist, Common Law Section, are members of Waterfront Toronto's digital-strategy advisory panel.

3 Ottawans launch charter challenge against Mayor Watson over Twitter blocking (Global News)
Emilie Taman, Common Law Section, is asking an Ontario court to rule that Mayor Jim Watson has violated their charter rights by blocking them on Twitter.

Trudeau changes tune on Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, refuses to comment on documents (Global News)
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section, talks about Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's legal team demanding that the federal government release dozens of documents that officials have deemed cabinet secrets.

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3 autres sources d'information | 3 other news outlets

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Vendredi, Octobre 19, 2018
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