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Artificial Intelligence In Canada
How will the law change to accommodate the role of artificial intelligence in society and how much of that change has occurred already? When machines make their own decisions
Canada
22 Aug 2019
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When AI Makes A Bad Decision, Who's Legally Responsible? Lisa R. Lifshitz Speaks To CBC About How These Legal Issues Might Apply In Canada
A Hong Kong billionaire, an investment manager, and a money managing supercomputer called K1 – what could go wrong?
Canada
25 Jul 2019
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A Fine Mess: The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office's Proposed GDPR Fines
The calm of the lazy, hazy July summer was recently shattered by two announcements from the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office that sent a shiver down the spine of many companies.
Worldwide
24 Jul 2019
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Tech Competence Should Be Required
With data breaches making news almost daily, I was not surprised by a recent survey by Robert Half Legal that found that 87 per cent of 150 full-time lawyers surveyed in Canada said their law firm plans to either slightly...
Canada
5 Jul 2019
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Combatting Cyber Threats: CSE Releases New Baseline Cybersecurity Controls
On April 5, 2019, the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security released the Baseline Cyber Security Controls for Small and Medium Organizations intended to assist small and medium organizations
Canada
28 Jun 2019
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Cloud 3.0: Drafting And Negotiating Cloud Computing Agreements
Who needs a book on contracting with cloud computing vendors?
Canada
3 May 2019
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The Many Lessons Of The Equifax Data Breach
In a sweeping and detailed report of findings in the Equifax decision released on April 9, 2019, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, severely critiqued the privacy and security practices.
Canada
1 May 2019
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OSFI Unveils New Technology And Cybersecurity Breach Requirements
In addition to ensuring their compliance with Canada's new federal mandatory data breach and breach-of-security-safeguards reporting requirements under the private sector Personal Information Protection and EDA...
Canada
15 Feb 2019
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Security By Design: California's New IoT Security Laws
On Sept. 28, California became the first U.S. state to specifically regulate the security of connected devices, otherwise known as the Internet of Things or IoT devices.
United States
22 Nov 2018
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It's Hard To Sue A Robot: Product Liability Considerations And AI In Canada
There is no question that artificial intelligence is surging in Canada. During the first quarter of 2018 alone, $89 million was invested into Canadian AI companies.
Canada
18 Sep 2018
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Brave New World: Some Legal Considerations In Using AI And IoT Systems
Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are hot subjects (and buzzwords) for lawyers in 2018. Beyond the hype, however, lies a plethora of legal and business issues.
Canada
19 Jun 2018
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Dark Cloud
You could well be excused for not noticing the recent passage of the U.S. Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act on March 23, 2018.
Canada
18 Apr 2018
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Lesson From VTech
The OPC estimated that the breach affected more than 316,000 Canadian children and more than 237,000 Canadian adults.
Canada
13 Feb 2018
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How To Design A Privacy-Compliant Autonomous Vehicle
Autonomous cars are on the horizon. Fortune magazine has estimated that initial versions of these cars should be on the road by 2020.
Canada
23 Nov 2017
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Dark Cloud: The Threat Of Ransomware
Longtime readers of this column know that I am a huge fan of all things cloud — until now.
Canada
31 Oct 2017
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Statements Of What? Reviewing SOWs
Unlike some of my colleagues, I consider SOW review to be a critical part of the legal process.
Canada
19 Jul 2017
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Smart Toys: Smart Or Just Creepy?
It's been a bad few weeks for Internet-enabled "smart" children's toys. Citing privacy and security concerns, on Feb. 17, the Bundesnetzagentur, Germany's Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railway, announced that it had banned a popular doll called My Friend Cayla and decisively removed the product from the German marketplace.
Canada
15 May 2017
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Bad Security Has Bad Consequences
In the 2002 thriller Minority Report, the pre-crime unit of the Washington police force could lawfully arrest suspects for future criminal activity based on the foreknowledge of certain psychic "pre-cogs" prior to any crime actually being committed.
Canada
15 Feb 2017
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Avoiding The Storm Clouds With Good Cloud-Computing Policies
It's fair to say that while cloud computing offers numerous advantages to organizations, it also exposes them to unique risks.
Canada
24 Nov 2016
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The Dangers Of Patio Thinking
The following are mistakes I have recently observed in the rush to exit the office and enjoy a cold one.
Canada
29 Sep 2016
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