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What Can And Should The Law Do About 'Deepfake': An Update
In March 2018, we published an article titled "What Can the Law Do About 'Deepfake'?", discussing the proliferation of deepfake videos and several causes of action that may be taken against those who create and propagate deepfake material on the internet.
Canada
6 Dec 2018
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Enforcement Advisory: Keeping Records Of Consent Under CASL
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) recently issued an Enforcement Advisory, providing guidance on how individuals and businesses can better achieve compliance with the record-keeping and consent requirements prescribed under Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL).
Canada
4 Aug 2016
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Go Jays Go! - Playboy Goes All Text; Aussies Set To Engage In Genocide Of Feral Cats; Amanda Lang Leaves Canadian Broadcasting Corporation – What A Day For Canada's Baseball Team!
First, the esteemed gentleman's bible, Playboy, has gone public with its decision to no longer publish photos of nude women.
Canada
16 Oct 2015
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Keeping Your Product Placements Legal
In last month’s bulletin, "Stealth Marketing: To Disclose or Not to Disclose – That is the (Legal) Question", we described the legal issues relevant to the practice of stealth marketing ", where marketers hire "influencers" to promote products in locations where a target market for the product would likely be found, sometimes without disclosing the influencer’s relationship to the marketer.
Canada
27 Sep 2006
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Global Video Inc. Gets No Credit
To promote cultural programming in film, the Canadian government provides tax incentives to producers who make films with significant Canadian cultural content.
Canada
5 Jul 2006
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