7-11 mai 2018
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Liberals open to adding sharper teeth to privacy policy rules experts call 'a joke' (Global News)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, comments on the proposal of a new legislation to overhaul Canadian election rules.

Rhetoric on refugees only hurts border control (Winnipeg Free Press)
This is an opinion piece by Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law.

Could the Liberals' election law reform throw a leash on the 'permanent campaign'? (CBC News)
Michael Pal, Faculty of Law, comments on the government election law reform.

NAFTA Ruling on quarry worries experts (Halifax Chronicle-Herald)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law, comments on NAFTA.

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Privacy experts: EU changes will help consumers indirectly, push Canada to follow (Financial Post)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, shares her views on the European Union’s new privacy protection rules.

Critics seek more details from Sidewalk Labs about proposed Toronto neighbourhood (Times Colonist)
Micheal Geist, Faculty of Law, talks about Waterfront Toronto’s decision to go with Sidewalk Labs

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Singh Boots MP Erin Weir Out From NDP Over Harassment Allegations (Manitoba Post)
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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Web Of Familiar Faces; Former Liberals among ranks of internet giants now lobbying government (Ottawa Citizen)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, comments on the current and former Liberals in influential positions.

University of Ottawa adds blockchain course, lab (The Lawyer's Daily)
This article mentions the new blockchain course that will be offered by Florian Martin-Bariteau at the Faculty of Law.

Opinion: Bill C-75 reforms too little, too late to respond to domestic violence (Red Deer Advocate)
Opinion piece by Elizabeth Sheehy, Faculty of Law.

University of Ottawa students receive Alex Trebek grant (The Lawyer's Daily)
Uttra Gautam and Selena Lucien, students, will be using the money to develop tools to help consumers evaluate wireless contracts before purchasing cell phone and data plans.

Privacy experts: EU changes will help consumers indirectly, push Canada to follow (Canadian Manufacturing)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, shares her views on the European Union’s new privacy protection rules.

John Ivison: Even Jason Kenney's political language can't hide lack of alternative to carbon tax (National Post)
Stewart Elgie, Faculty of Law, shares his opinion on the federal carbon tax proposal.

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Ruling on quarry worries experts (Truro Daily News)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law, comments on NAFTA.

Canadians Get Some Of World's Worst Deals On Wireless Data, Study Finds (HuffPost Canada)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, discusses Canadian deals on wireless data.

Canada should follow EU's privacy changes: Bauer (AdvocatePR)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, shares her views on the European Union’s new privacy protection rules.

'Too many accidents': Russian scientist says she faces grave danger if Canada denies refugee bid (Ottawa Citizen)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, explains how the Immigration and Refugee Board examines claims.

Kenney has a carbon problem; Can't hide lack of tax alternative (National Post)
Stewart Elgie, Faculty of Law, shares his opinion on the federal carbon tax proposal.

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NDP MP Moore suspended due to allegations; War vet claims inappropriate sexual behaviour (National Post)
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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Bell-owned TSN allegedly lobbied Brock University to support FairPlay Canada coalition (Mobile Syrup)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, has raised concerns about Bell’s actions.

Marc Mayrand, Former Elections Watchdog, Says Liberals' Bill C-76 Falls Short On Privacy (HuffPost Canada)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, comment on the federal government's new election bill.

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Allegations against NDP MP Christine Moore 'not relevant' to Erin Weir case: Singh (Ottawa Citizen)
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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Feds expect to brand less than 1 per cent of Access to Information requests as vexatious (The Globe and Mail)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, comments on the estimated 275 Access to Information requests from Canadians annually.

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Senators push for plan to deal with fallout when Canada legalizes cannabis and breaks international law (The Lawyer's Daily)
University of Ottawa law student Roojin Habibi, is the lead author of a study of the international legal dimensions of cannabis legalization and their implications for Canada.

House of Commons Committee wants net neutrality written into Canadian law (Betakit )
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on the Protection of Net Neutrality in Canada report presented at the Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics (ETHI).

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House committee declares FairPlay Canada challenge before CRTC even issues decision (Mobile Syrup)

Criminal Laws Alone Can't End Canada's Domestic Violence Crisis (HuffPost Canada)
Opinion by Elizabeth Sheehy, Faculty of Law, on Bill C-75.

 

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Vendredi, Mai 11, 2018
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