Day: June 18, 2013

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-06-18Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-06-18



Retirement of Mario Bouchard http://wp.me/p3flp9-2NA

Can a Website Disclaimer Prevent Declaratory Judgment Actions in IP Cases? Maybe…or Maybe Not http://buff.ly/126bL5l

The Internet Society Wants to Punch Your Nose and Commoditize You Without Your Permission http://buff.ly/17fQH5t

ASSOCIATION FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY v MYRIAD GENETICS – a comparison with EU and Australian law http://buff.ly/18QUYg3

State photo-ID databases become troves for police in US http://buff.ly/17SqYiQ

More IP books for review http://buff.ly/18QSyOC

U.K. hacked diplomats’ phones, emails, Guardian reports http://buff.ly/11sxS7g

New DRM Changes Text of eBooks to Catch Pirates http://bit.ly/ZX8SYc

Implications of Canada’s Anti-SPAM Legislation (CASL) for IT BusinessImplications of Canada’s Anti-SPAM Legislation (CASL) for IT Business



Yesterday, Andre Leduc of Industry Canada, Lynn Perrault of the CRTC, along with Toronto IT lawyers Mike Fekete and Mark Hayes, spoke at IT.Can’s The 2003 Information Technology Law Spring Forum. Their topic was the Implications of Canada’s Anti-SPAM Legislation (CASL) for IT Business.

Andre Leduc, who was involved in the drafting of CASL and the Industry Canada regulations, provided some information about next steps with respect to bringing CASL into force. He stated that:

  • Industry Canada has completed its analysis of feeback received on the second draft of the Industry Canada regulations.