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Douez v. Facebook: SCC Provides Further Guidance On The Enforceability Of Online Consumer Contracts
You agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of the courts located in Santa Clara County, California for purpose of litigating all such claims.
Canada
17 Jul 2017
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Global Effects Of Google's Interlocutory Injunction
Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada, in Google v. Equustek Solutions Inc., ruled that Google could be ordered by a Canadian court to delist worldwide the website of an organization...
Canada
16 Jul 2017
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Statutory Damages For Copyright Infringement On The Internet
Canada's statutory damages regime for copyright infringement was enacted to bring greater certainty with respect to the infringement of relatively low value works, to reduce the cost of litigation...
Canada
2 Jun 2017
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Anti-Spam: Partial Compliance Is Not Good Enough
In the first enforcement activity that did not involve a flagrant breach of Canada's antispam legislation, a well-known Canadian company has been criticized by Canada's anti-spam regulator...
Canada
8 Nov 2015
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CRTC Issues First Penalty Under CASL
CASL came into effect on July 1, 2014, and is intended to protect Canadians from email spam, malware and other electronic threats.
Canada
13 Apr 2015
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Supreme Court Clarifies Internet Users’ Rights To Privacy And Anonymity ("R. v. Spencer")
The Supreme Court of Canada has clarified Canadians’ rights to privacy on the Internet.
Canada
23 Jun 2014
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Protect Yourself: Opt-Out Period for .XXX Domain Names Ends October 28, 2011
.XXX domain names will be available to the general public starting in December 2011, creating a "red light district" on the Internet for adult content providers.
Canada
24 Oct 2011
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The Comma Case Redux
On August 20th, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) revisited its 2006 decision with respect to what has become known as the million dollar comma case (in reality about $700,000). In a nutshell, Rogers Communications won the battle regarding the infamous comma, but lost its war against Bell Aliant.
Canada
20 Sep 2007
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Information Technology Law Q&A
Do Computer Casual Contractors Have Limited Responsibility?
Canada
21 Aug 2006
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