“Ticking Boxes and Telling Stories: Privacy, Data Sharing, and the Construction of Identity”

“Ticking Boxes and Telling Stories: Privacy, Data Sharing, and the Construction of Identity”

The next Deirdre Martin Memorial Lecture on Privacy Law  lecture will take place on Wednesday, February 25, 2015.  

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A Return to First Principles for Privacy at the Cutting-Edge

A Return to First Principles for Privacy at the Cutting-Edge

The Pathways to Privacy Research Symposium will take place on February 26, 2015.

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"Freedom of expression and the internet: In a relationship? Frenemies? Arch rivals?"

"Freedom of expression and the internet: In a relationship? Frenemies? Arch rivals?"

Please join us on Feb 4, 2015 at 11:30am for a Panel featuring Teresa Scassa, Jane Bailey and David Fewer

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Featured Alumnus: Alana Maurushat

Featured Alumnus: Alana Maurushat

Alana Maurushat, Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales tells us about her career, and…

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Opportunities for Students Beginning Graduate Studies in Law & Technology at University of Ottawa

Are you considering applying to University of Ottawa’s LLM Program with specialization in Law and Technology? Are you interested in beginning doctoral studies at University of Ottawa in the area of Law and Technology (defined very broadly)? Please note that during the 2015-2016 academic year, there will be opportunities to conduct research under the supervision of our internationally renowned faculty members on projects in exchange for a $10,000 bursary, with possibility of renewal.

Professor Geist pens Op-Ed in The Tyee, “Could You Get Dinged for Streaming Video?”

In this Op-Ed, Professor Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-Commerce Law, comments on the misuse of Canada's new copyright system, as well as the applicability of the new system to internet video streaming.

 

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Professor Scassa discusses the new copyright rules applicable to the online context.on Radio-Canada

Professor Teresa Scassa, Canada Research Chair in Information Law, discussed the new copyright rules applicable to the online context on Radio-Canada. 

Prof. Geist Referenced in National Post Editorial

Professor Michael Geist was recently referenced in an editorial by the National Post, exploring how “The Tories’ much-vaunted ‘made-in-Canada’ copyright law is already showing cracks.”

Professors Steeves and Bailey to speak at the Canadian Access and Privacy Association Conference

Professors Steeves and Bailey have been invited to speak at the Canadian Access and Privacy Association Conference in Ottawa on December 8. Professor Steeves will present "Young Canadians in a Wired World Data on Privacy" and Professors Bailey and Steeves will present "eGirls: gender, privacy, cyberbullying and equality in online social networking". Congratulations!