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Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues in Canadian M&A Transactions

Canada - April 5 2016 Privacy and cybersecurity have become areas of significant potential liability in Canada and elsewhere. Organizations that misuse personal…


Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things

Canada - March 1 2016 The "Internet of Things", commonly referred to as the "IoT", is a phrase that loosely describes the growing body of Internet-connected devices…

Co-authors: Rohan Hill, Mitch Koczerginski.


Introducing Safe Harbour 2.0: the EU-US Privacy Shield

Canada, European Union, USA - February 16 2016 The EU Commission recently announced that it had come to an agreement with the US on a new framework to facilitate data flows. This announcement…

Co-authors: Mitch Koczerginski.


Can you keep a secret? The courts recognize a new tort for public disclosure of private facts

Canada - February 2 2016 The common law related to privacy rights continues to evolve in Canada. Just a few weeks ago, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recognized a…

Co-authors: Mitch Koczerginski.


Cybersecurity - The Legal Landscape in Canada

Canada - January 11 2016 In Canada, data protection and cybersecurity are governed by a complex legal and regulatory framework. Failure to understand this framework and take…

Co-authors: Frank Palmay, Rohan Hill, Mitch Koczerginski.

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