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Nouveau au conseil? L'information continue à l'ère des médias sociaux, il faut y penser !
Les médias sociaux peuvent aider les entreprises à se montrer transparentes et accessibles aux clients et aux investisseurs.
Canada
14 May 2019
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New To The Board: Thinking About Continuous Disclosure In The Age Of Social Media
Social media can help businesses appear open and accessible to customers and investors.
Canada
5 Mar 2019
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Nouveau au conseil? L'information continue à l'ère des médias sociaux, il faut y penser!
Les médias sociaux peuvent aider les entreprises à se montrer transparentes et accessibles aux clients et aux investisseurs.
Canada
4 Mar 2019
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CSA Publishes Guidance On Cyber Security And Social Media Practices Of Registered Firms After Its Review Of Their Current Practices
In 2017, we have witnessed increased scrutiny from the Canadian Securities Administrators (the CSA) on the subject of cyber security, with the CSA releasing a number of publications on the matter to date.
Canada
6 Nov 2017
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Social Media And Employment Law: An International Survey
Modern technology has created important challenges to old paradigms when it comes to workplace conduct. The internet allows basically anyone on earth to become a famous writer.
Canada
11 Nov 2015
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Corporate Disclosure On Social Media: Don't Get Poked By Regulators
Social media can provide reporting issuers with a fast and efficient means for communicating with shareholders and is an increasingly popular means of disseminating information.
Canada
11 Oct 2014
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Social Media And The Workplace
Employers have addressed these novel challenges by adopting codes of conduct governing the use of social media by employees.
Canada
11 Aug 2014
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B.C. Supreme Court Certifies Class Action Against Facebook
The B.C. Supreme Court released its decision in Douez v. Facebook, granting the Plaintiff’s motion to certify a claim for statutory breach of British Columbia’s Privacy Act.
Canada
13 Jun 2014
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New Cyberbullying Bill Resurrects Many Police Powers From Scrapped "Lawful Access" Bill
A new proposed federal law would make it a crime to distribute "intimate images" without the consent of the subject of those images; however, the new law would also create new police powers and procedures that go well beyond the context of cyberbullying to cover a broad range of online activity associated with other crimes
Canada
27 Nov 2013
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BC Court Requires Active Personal Injury Plaintiff To Divulge Facebook Photos
A recent decision by the British Columbia Supreme Court has led to yet another case of "Facebook Remorse" for a Plaintiff with an active social media presence.
Canada
16 May 2012
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Advertising In A Social Media World - Video
The tools to connect with customers and empower them to act as brand ambassadors are at your fingertips, and more cost-effective than ever.
Canada
 
3 May 2012
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2011 In Review - Top 10 Technology & IP Law Developments
The arrival of 2012 marked the end of a year filled with numerous developments in technology and IP law.
Canada
25 Jan 2012
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Elections Canada Warns Social Media Users Not To Post Election Results
Should social media users be prevented from communicating election results from Atlantic Canada to users in Western Canada, where polls are still open? That question is at the heart of both a pending court challenge and a growing user revolt.
Canada
3 May 2011
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IIROC Updates Guidance On Client Communications In Light Of Social Media
The influence of social media has spurred the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada to release draft guidance to address issues respecting its members' communications with clients through websites such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs.
Canada
15 Feb 2011
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How Much Is That Tweet In The Window?
A Tweet may represent a mere 140-characters; however a recent investigation in the UK is exposing that those 140-characters can represent big money.
Canada
1 Feb 2011
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Facebook Reaches Agreement With German Officials Over Privacy Concerns
Yesterday, Facebook reached an agreement with German data protection officials in order to end a dispute over the social networking site’s "Friend Finder" application.
Canada
1 Feb 2011
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Talking About Your Case On Your Blog? You May Have Just Waived Privilege
On October 22, 2010, an American magistrate judge ruled that a plaintiff suing Universal Music Corp. for improperly sending a takedown notice under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) waived a number of heads of attorney-client privilege by discussing the details of her legal case by email and on a blog.
Canada
5 Dec 2010
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Theft, Pie and the Public Domain
The power of social media was on full display this past week, as the unauthorized publication of a recipe for apple pie drew a quick and virulent online response.
Canada
12 Nov 2010
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Defendant granted discovery of Plaintiff's Facebook and MySpace profiles
A judge of the Supreme Court of New York State has recently held that information voluntarily placed on Facebook and MySpace pages are discoverable, and that doing so would not violate the plaintiff’s right to privacy.
Canada
8 Nov 2010
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Privacy concerns over Facebook's "like" button
Canada's Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart has revealed concerns over Facebook's "like" button. While the Commissioner very recently announced the conclusion of a prior privacy investigation that began in 2008, she revealed that this new probe was only one of several other issues the Commission has with Facebook.
Canada
4 Oct 2010
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