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Québec Superior Court Reaffirms The Federal Government's Exclusive Jurisdiction Over Telecommunications
In Vidéotron c. Ville de Gatineau, 2017 QCCS 3571, the Superior Court of Québec invalidated a set of bylaws adopted by the cities of Gatineau and Terrebonne.
Canada
4 Sep 2017
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OSFI Releases Cyber Security Self-Assessment Guidance
On October 28, OSFI released its Cyber Security Self-Assessment Guidance (the "Guidance") to aid Federally Regulated Financial Institutions ("FRFI") in assessing its level of preparedness against cyber risks.
Canada
7 Nov 2013
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New Draft Regulations Soften Impact Of CASL, But Concerns About Jobs And Compliance Costs Remain
Revised draft regulations under Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) have been issued by Industry Canada.
Canada
9 Jan 2013
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Draft CASL Regulations - New Exemptions For Targeted Classes Of Commercial Electronic Messages
As summarized in our post "New Draft Regulations Soften Impact of CASL, but Concerns about Jobs and Compliance Costs Remain," revised draft regulations under Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) have been issued by Industry Canada.
Canada
9 Jan 2013
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Mobile Payments: Navigating A New World - Part 3 Of 4
In part 2 of our 4 part series on mobile payments we discussed the various stakeholders participating in a mobile payments solution and the complex and interdependent relationship among them.
Canada
20 Dec 2012
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Mobile Payments: Navigating A New World – Part 2 of 4
In part 1 of our 4 part series on mobile payments we touched upon the interdependencies among the various stakeholders participating in a mobile payments solution and the importance of integration – even if there’s no central integrator.
Canada
18 Dec 2012
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Mobile Payments: Navigating A New World - Part 1 Of 4
It’s a familiar experience for many of us – standing in front of a cashier and fumbling through an assortment of credit, debit and loyalty cards to find the right combination for that particular store and purchase (or to discover that you have forgotten your points card, again).
Canada
9 Nov 2012
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App Developers Take Notice: Privacy Guidelines For Mobile Apps Released
On October 29, 2012 the Privacy Commissioners of Canada, Alberta and British Columbia published a detailed guidance document on privacy considerations for developing mobile apps.
Canada
1 Nov 2012
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PCI Mobile Payment Acceptance Security Guidelines For Developers, v.1.0
The September 2012 release of the Mobile Payment Acceptance Security Guidelines for Developers (the "Guidelines") by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council ("PCI SSC") should be of interest to providers of mobile payments services or applications.
Canada
8 Oct 2012
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Revenue Recognition In Technology Contracting And Software Licensing
A common and often misunderstood point of conflict in negotiating technology and software licensing agreements is revenue recognition.
Canada
10 Sep 2012
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Digital Payment Systems In Canada - Expect More Regulations
Although Canada is one of the most advanced economies of the world, it is surprising (at least to some) that Canadian consumers are not very frequent users of mobile payment systems when compared to consumers in the U.K., Germany, Japan and a number of other developed and developing countries.
Canada
27 Oct 2011
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Regulations Under Anti-Spam Law Released For Comment
As we recently reported, new legislation in Canada regulating electronic messaging and spyware (CASL or Canada’s Anti Spam Law) was passed in December of last year and is awaiting proclamation.
Canada
9 Aug 2011
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Ontario’s Hands-Free Cell Phone Law In Force
As of October 26, 2009, Ontario's new "distracted driving" law will make it illegal for motorists to use hand-held wireless communication devices, or any hand-held electronic entertainment devices, while driving.
Canada
4 Nov 2009
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New Federal Law Will Affect How and When You Call Your Customers
Newly enacted amendments to the Telecommunications Act authorize the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (the CRTC) to establish a national Do Not Call List (the List) aimed at reducing the volume of telemarketing calls to Canadians.
Canada
 
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