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CSA Comment On Registrants' Cybersecurity And Social Media Practices
Last year, the CSA surveyed the cybersecurity and social media practices of 630 registered firms.
Canada
24 Oct 2017
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New Medium, Same Expectations: CSA Cautions Canadian Public Issuers On Use Of Social Media
On March 9, 2016, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) published Staff Notice 51-348 Staff's Review of Social Media Used by Reporting Issuers . . .
Canada
15 Mar 2017
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Time To Prescribe A Dose Of Social Media?
Many industries have jumped on the social media bandwagon, but pharmaceutical companies seem to be lagging behind.
Canada
8 Jan 2016
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Agents Of Change With Marni Dicker, Infrastructure Ontario (Video Content)
In the first of four videos from the Canadian Lawyer InHouse View 2016 series, sponsored by Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, Marni Dicker, EVP, talks about the major transit projects her legal department is working on...
Canada
30 Dec 2015
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Technology In The Workplace: Top 9 Issues For Employers
Technology enters the workplace in many ways and there are a number of risks and issues that employers need to consider.
Canada
23 Dec 2015
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Going To California: Court Of Appeal Rules Forum Selection Clause Overrides Certification Of B.C. Privacy Act Claims
In Douez, the plaintiff sought to certify a class proceeding on behalf of all Facebook users in B.C. whose name or portrait was used by Facebook for advertising through a product called "Sponsored Stories."
Canada
10 Jul 2015
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Applying Canadian Securities Laws To Social Media
IOO the time has come for Canadian securities regulators and stock exchanges to revisit the application of securities laws and policies to the use of electronic communications for the disclosure of material information.
Canada
2 Feb 2015
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New Challenges For Old Laws: B.C. Court Considers Employee Misuse Of Social Media
The Supreme Court of British Columbia’s ruling in Kim v. International Triathlon Union is the first reported court decision to consider termination of a non-union employee for postings made on a social media platform.
Canada
29 Jan 2015
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Use Of Social Media In Dispute Proceedings
Whether one "tweets," "friends" or otherwise communicates on any of the many social networking websites available for personal or business communications, you should realize that what is said, posted or received may be used in the course of court or arbitral proceedings.
Canada
12 Jul 2011
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Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights On Social Media
With the continued growth of social media, it has become increasingly important for businesses to augment their plans to protect their intellectual property (IP) by developing a strategy for addressing violations of IP and other rights that take place on portals, such as FACEBOOK, TWITTER and EBAY, or blogs.
Canada
12 Jul 2011
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Social Media: An Advertising Minefield?
Social media sites such as FACEBOOK and TWITTER are all about individuals connecting with other individuals.
Canada
21 Jan 2011
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Pharma and Medical Device Advertising in Social Media – Worth the Risk?
The use of social media to advertise regulated products, such as pharmaceuticals and medical devices, can be very powerful, but is also fraught with risk.
Canada
21 Jan 2011
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Risks of Astroturfing and Online Endorsements
The expansion of Web 2.0, including user-generated content and social media activities, has provided fertile and inexpensive ground for organizations to more easily engage in astroturfing and other forms of marketing that risk being held deceptive.
Canada
21 Jan 2011
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Defamation Risks from User-Generated and Other Online Content
The Internet provides seemingly endless opportunities for organizations to market and promote their goods and services and to build customer loyalty.
Canada
2 Dec 2010
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Risks of User-Generated Content to Website Operators
User-generated content (UGC) on websites raises many legal concerns because of its sheer volume and numerous sources. Canada does not afford the same protection to website operators for UGC as other major jurisdictions.
Canada
2 Dec 2010
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Copyright Issues in User-Generated Content and Scraping
User-generated content (UGC) has become one of the key components of the Web 2.0 environment. UGC raises a number of issues and risks relating to copyright and screen scraping.
Canada
2 Dec 2010
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Employee Use of Social Media – Addressing the Risks
There is no doubt that social media are very powerful tools in shaping an organization’s image.
Canada
19 Oct 2010
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Impersonation in Social Media
There are many potential pitfalls for companies that choose to be active on social networking sites. One such pitfall is social media impersonation.
Canada
9 Sep 2010
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Facebook Not So Private? Ontario Court Finds Facebook Profile Discoverable
On February 20, 2009, in "Leduc v. Roman", the Ontario Superior Court of Justice made an order permitting the defendant to cross-examine a plaintiff in a motor vehicle accident suit on his Supplementary Affidavit of Documents regarding the kind of content he posted on his private Facebook profile.
Canada
23 Mar 2009
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