9-12 Octobre 2018
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Exclusive: Canadian member of Islamic State caught, but RCMP struggle to lay charges against ISIS fighters (Global News)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, said some of his online posts could be considered participation in a terrorist group, counselling a criminal offence, hate speech and uttering threats.

Geist: Falling short on trade and privacy (Milford Daily News)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

Why the USMCA Will Enhance Online Free Speech in Canada (Invesbrain)
Michael Geist is a law professor at the University of Ottawa where he holds the Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law.

Jamie Liew: Stripping Canadian citizenship from Aung San Suu Kyi should be applauded (The Province)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about stripping Aung San Suu Kyi's Canadian citizenship.

Experts urge Centre to reverse stand on e-cigarettes (The Hindu)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, explains that Canada was among the countries that initially tried to ban vaping products, based on the science, recently had changed its stance to actively encouraging smokers to switch.

«Birdie», ou les ailes intérieures (Le Devoir)
Tracey Lindberg, Faculté de droit, Section de Common Law, discute de la vie de Bernice Meetoos, inspirée en partie de son histoire, mais aussi de celle de femmes autochtones qu’elle a connues.

Could diplomatic immunity protect a murderer? (CTV News Toronto)
John Packer, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about diplomatic immunity.

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Suu Kyi gets a Canadian lesson in citizenship (Asian Pacific Post)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, writes about stripping Aung San Suu Kyi's Canadian citizenship.

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Here are the challenges police face when trying to charge returning ISIS fighters (Global News)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Wesley Wark, Faculty of Social Sciences, comment on the challenges police face when trying to charge returning ISIS fighters.

COMMENTARY: What should we do with Canada's ISIS fighters? (Medium)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the challenges police face when trying to charge returning ISIS fighters.

A 'weak link'no more? New trade deal prods Canada to stop Chinese counterfeits headed for U.S. (Montreal Gazette)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the issue of counterfeit drugs making their way to developing countries.

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Trade Agreements Making Rules In New Technologies, Territoriality An Issue For IP In Digital Age (Intellectual Property Watch)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the aspect of digital trade in the new Canada-Mexico-United States agreement.

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USMCA's Stronger IP Rights Protection Pros Outweigh Cons for Canada (The Epoch Times)

Slow police response allowed revenge porn to spread, victim says (CBC News)
Suzie Dunn, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about revenge porn.

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Vendredi, Octobre 12, 2018
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