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Government Of Canada's Directive On Automated Decision-Making: Implications For Service Providers
On April 1, 2019, the Government of Canada's new Directive on Automated Decision-Making (the Directive) took effect, with compliance required by no later than April 1, 2020.
Canada
18 Jun 2019
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Risk Management In A Digital World – Addressing Cyber-Security Threats At The Board Level
The role of the Board of Directors has necessarily adapted to include an increased focus on risk management.
Canada
10 Jan 2015
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The NIST Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework
In late October, the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released its Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework.
Canada
2 Nov 2013
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CRTC Posts Report On CASL Consultation – Can We Expect A More Flexible Approach To CASL Enforcement?
The CRTC has posted a summary of the discussions that took place in February.
Canada
24 Apr 2013
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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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Employees Have A Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy In Work Computers: Supreme Court Of Canada
Cole was a criminal case. The accused, a high-school teacher, was accused of having illegal content on his work laptop.
Canada
25 Oct 2012
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Cloud Computing: Some Practical Suggestions For Resolving Issues – Part 2 Of 2
In Part I of this series we outlined some of the practical approaches to consider at the outset of a cloud arrangement.
Canada
12 Sep 2012
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Cloud Computing: Some Practical Suggestions For Resolving Issues – Part 1 Of 2
When dealing with cloud agreements there are a number of steps that business customers of cloud solutions should consider.
Canada
10 Sep 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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Financial Institutions And Cloud Computing: An Update From OSFI On Guideline B-10 - Reading Their Message Between The Lines
It would not be an exaggeration to say that a number of technology companies (and their customers) see Cloud Computing as an important development on the question of how to store ever increasing amounts of data at a reasonable price and at the same time permit the accessing of that data in an efficient manner.
Canada
8 Mar 2012
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OSFI Guideline B-10 And Cloud Computing: An Update From OSFI - Reading Their Message Between The Lines
It would not be an exaggeration to say that a number of technology companies (and their customers) see Cloud Computing as an important development on the question of how to store ever increasing amounts of data at a reasonable price and at the same time permit the accessing of that data in an efficient manner.
Canada
6 Mar 2012
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Supreme Court Decisions Affect Class Actions, E-commerce and Arbitrations
The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decisions in Dell Computer Corp. v. Union des consommateurs and Rogers Wireless Inc. v. Muroff directly address several areas of law that are important to Canadian business: class actions, e-commerce, arbitrations and consumer protection law. Dell Computer also clarifies important principles of private international law under the Civil Code of Québec.
Canada
19 Sep 2007
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