9-10 janvier, 2019
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Bell Canada asks Canadians for permission to harvest and sell their browsing, location, viewing and other data (Last Minute Geek)
Teresa Scassa, Common Law Section, talks about the mixed reviews for Bell's plan to collect massive amounts of information about the activities and preferences of its customers.

Prison Time Likely For Truck Driver In Humboldt Crash, Expert Predicts (HuffPost Canada)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section, comments on Jaskirat Singh Sidhu’s guilty plea.

Full sentence unlikely for truck driver in Humboldt Broncos crash, legal expert says (Globe and Mail)

Full sentence unlikely for broncos crash driver: expert (Chronicle Herald)

Remorse will resonate in sentencing of driver in Broncos crash: legal expert (CTV News)

Remorse will resonate in sentencing of driver in Broncos crash: legal expert (Toronto Star)

Remorse will resonate in sentencing of driver in Broncos crash: legal expert (Ottawa Citizen)

Remorse will resonate in sentencing of driver in Broncos crash: legal expert (Winnipeg Free Press)

#TextbookBroke promotes open-access but ignores copyright issues (Waterloo Region Record)
In 2017, intellectual property expert and University of Ottawa professor Michael Geist delivered a lecture at Ryerson University pointing out that open-access is not akin to copyright anarchy.

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Jeudi, Janvier 10, 2019
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