7-11 août 2017
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London does not have a monopoly on the best jobs (The Guardian)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, explains how big tobacco companies try to price their budget products to stay competitive with smuggled cigarettes.

Trump's NAFTA Renegotiations Could Put Canadians' Personal Data At Risk (Vice)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, notes that storing data in Canada does not ensure its safety, but could make it harder for the US to access. 

Secret court order that let telcos search a Montrealer's home a growing trend (Montreal Gazette)
Tamir Israel, of the Canadian internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law, comments on a lawsuit by some of Canada’s largest telecom companies against Montrealer Adam Lackman, who runs the website TV Addons. 

Vern Krishna: What do Uber and exotic dancers have in common? (Hint: it has to do with taxes) (National Post)
Vern Krishna, Faculty of Law, shares his thoughts on the tax treatments of independent contractors and employees.

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CBS Streaming Is Coming To Canada, Potentially Upending Local Broadcasters (HuffPost Canada)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on CBS' announcement that its streaming service is expanding internationally, starting with Canada in the first half of 2018.

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Baloney Meter: Libs avoid triggering 'irregular arrival' of asylum seekers (National Post)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, comments on the way the federal government is handling the irregular arrivals of asylum-seekers in Quebec.

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Ontario's top court tosses out convictions in sex-assault case (The Globe and Mail)
Constance Backhouse, Faculty of Law, discusses the greater public scrutiny faced by judges in the criminal justice system today.

Force drug firms to reveal payments to doctors, health leaders urge (The Globe and Mail)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Medicine, helped craft the legal argument in a letter calling on the federal government to use the power it has under the Patent Act to force drug companies to reveal their payments to doctors.

'No Baloney' In Immigration Minister's Claim About Quebec Asylum Seekers (HuffPost Canada)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, comments on the way the federal government is handling the irregular arrivals of asylum-seekers in Quebec.

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NAFTA, Trump and the cloud: What the negotiations mean for your personal data (Global News)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, discusses the differences between privacy-related rules in the U.S. as compared to Canada and other jurisdictions.  

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Vendredi, Août 11, 2017
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