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The GDPR and Blockchain - EU Releases Report outlining Tensions and Recommendations

European Union - November 5 2018 How is blockchain technology affected by the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)? The EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum (the “Observatory”)...

Drew Wong.

Canadian Developments in AI and Technology: Ethical Considerations for Innovators

Canada - July 25 2018 The ethics of transformative technologies is becoming an important focus. Canadian researchers, developers and early-adopters can now look to a series...

Paulina Bogdanova, Ana Badour, Carole J. Piovesan.

Europe boosts public funding for AI and makes ethics a priority

United Kingdom, Canada, European Union - July 16 2018 The law and ethics of artificial intelligence is increasingly getting the attention at the highest levels. Governments and industry recognize the...

Adam Goldenberg, Carole J. Piovesan.

New Data Breach Reporting Regime May Increase Data Breach Class Actions

USA, Canada - May 25 2018 On November 1, 2018 the “Breaches of Security Safeguards” provisions of the Digital Privacy Act are set to come into effect. McCarthy Tétrault has...

Eric Pellegrino.

Drones, Trains and Automobiles: Clear(er) Skies Ahead for Drone Operators in Canada

Canada - October 9 2017 Drone operators are (almost) cleared for takeoff in urban centres again as Transport Canada proposes a new regulatory regime aiming to balance...