Online vendors will be interested in a recent decision of an Ontario court in Hazjizadeh v Canada (Attorney General), 2014 CanLII 48552 (ON SCSM). In the ruling the court held that online advertisers owe a duty of care to prospective purchasers to ensure that their representations are true and not misleading. If they breach this duty, they may be held liable in negligence for online statements which induce purchasers to engage in transactions.
- British Columbia v. Philip Morris International, Inc. – SCC Cases (Lexum) https://t.co/9FchPq4H1X 2018-07-15
- Health Canada ordered to release confidential drug company data on HPV vaccines | CBC News https://t.co/wYnVXEDFfE 2018-07-15
- Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2018-07-14 https://t.co/pLEXkjseJE 2018-07-15
- Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2018-07-14 https://t.co/LIyrUB5OZC 2018-07-15
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