Developments in computer, Internet and e-commerce law: the year in review (2018-2019)

I gave my annual presentation yesterday to the Toronto computer Lawyers’ Group on “The year in review in Computer, Internet and E-Commerce Law”. It covers the period from June 2018 to June 2019. The developments include cases from Canada, the U.S. the U.K., EU, Australia, South Africa, India and other countries.

The developments are organized into the broad topics of:

  • Privacy / Big Data / AI
  • Employee / HR
  • E-commerce / Online Agreements
  • Online Remedies / Governance / Jurisdiction
  • Copyright

The cases and other documents referred to are below.

Privacy / Big Data / AI

Employee/HR

e-Commerce & Online Agreements

Online Remedies / Governance / Jurisdiction

Copyright

My “Year in review” presentations to the Toronto Computer Lawyers Group for prior years are available at this site. My slides from the 2017-2018 talk can be found here. My 2016-2017 year in review talk can be found here. My slides from 2015-2016 can be found here.

My slides from earlier today can be accessed below.

Sookman_TCLG_Year_in_Review_2018_to_2019
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