16-20 juillet 2018
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Supreme Court rules tobacco firm can't access 'incredibly sensitive' health information (Toronto Star)
David Fewer, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about the Supreme Court's ruling that tobacco firms can't access sensitive health information.

Despite fine from U.K. watchdog over Cambridge Analytica, Facebook won't face the same in Canada (Global News)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about Canadian privacy law framework.

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Trudeau's handling of groping allegation has 'terribly set back' progress on women's issues, puts him in a tricky situation too, say political players (Hill Times)
Penny Collenette, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, explains how Justin Trudeau has set a very high bar for himself and his cabinet by branding himself as a champion of women's issues.

The first rule of copyright reform: Don't mess with free speech and net neutrality (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about copyright reform, free speech and net neutrality.

LEAF is going to talk about consent at the Supreme Court. Here's why advocates say it matters (Global News)
Constance Backhouse, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about why having conversations about consent before the Supreme Court matter.

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Carbon tax won't harm economy, but climate change will: study (Global News)
Stewart Elgie, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about British Columbia's carbon tax.

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Défi démographique «alarmant» pour les Franco-Ontariens (L'Express CA)
L'article mentionne le lancement de pratiquO, un centre de formation professionnelle continue de la Faculté de droit, Section de common law, de l’Université d’Ottawa.

CSIS cannot get warrants to intercept data physically located outside of Canada, Federal Court rules (Global News)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the Federal Court's ruling that CSIS cannot get warrants to intercept data physically located outside of Canada.

Experts have shrouded outlook on Mali presidential election (iPolitics)
Errol Mendes, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on Mali's presidential election.

Hey Mr. Trump, when it comes to trade, even America has its sacred cows (Windsor Star)
Debra Steger, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about dairy trade in Canada and the United States.

Want a job in the cannabis industry? Try these Canadian colleges (Maclean’s)
This article mentions the University of Ottawa’s two-week crash course, Common Law Section, in cannabis law to begin in January.

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Vendredi, Juillet 20, 2018
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