4 mai 2018
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Privacy experts: EU changes will help consumers indirectly, push Canada to follow (National Post)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, talks about the effect of European Union's new privacy protection rules on Canadian consumers.

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Données personnelles: une réforme de l'Union européenne profitera aux Canadiens (HuffPost Canada )

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Why one customer's victory against Bell won't resolve telecom's customer-service problems (The Globe and Mail)
Marina Pavlovic, Faculty of Law, shares her thoughts on a customer's victory after taking Bell to court. The article mentions that Uttra Gautam and Selena Lucien, two uOttawa law students are developing interactive pre-purchase tools for wireless contracts.

Talks between Google's Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto stalled (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on the Sidewalk Labs project.

MP Erin Weir vows to keep fighting after Singh boots him from NDP caucus (City News)
Michelle Flaherty, Faculty of Law, is the investigator concerning the allegations against Erin Weir for engaging in harassing behavior towards women.

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Singh boots MP Erin Weir from NDP caucus over harassment allegations (The Hamilton Spectator)

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University of Ottawa adds blockchain course, lab (The Lawyer's Daily)
This article highlights the new course and a new research lab focused on blockchain, led by Florian Martin-Bariteau, Faculty of Law.

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