37-3: Developments in Internet Law Archives - LawNow Magazine

Defamation by Hyperlink

Introduction The Supreme Court of Canada’s 2011 decision in the case of Crookes v. Newton is a prime example of how individual rights as ephemeral as reputation must be balanced with other freedoms, such as expression, in this powerful, evolving medium of the Internet. Facts Website owner Jon Newton posted an article on his site […]

Authors:

Peter Bowal
Peter Bowal
Peter Bowal is a Professor of Law at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta.
 

Kelsey Horvat
Kelsey Horvat recently earned her BComm from the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta.
 

Canada’s New Anti-Spam Legislation: What to Expect

Recently, I spoke with Ralph Kroman about Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation. I learned some very interesting information about this new legislation. Ralph Kroman is a business lawyer with WeirFoulds LLP. He helps his clients deal with intellectual property and technology matters such as the acquisition of information technology, and the licensing and protection of copyright, trade-marks […]

Authors:

Mark Borkowski
Mark Borkowski
Mark Borkowski is president of Mercantile Mergers & Acquisitions Corporation, a mid market M&A brokerage firm in Toronto, Ontario.
 

Privacy and Cloud Computing

The term ‘cloud computing’ refers to the provision of services through websites available on the Internet. These services are typically on demand and scalable such that the user can expand her or his use of the services dramatically. Storing picture, emails or materials on the Internet is use of cloud computing. The services are typically […]

Authors:

Martin Kratz, QC
Martin Kratz, Q.C. is the Head, Intellectual Property Group, Bennett Jones LLP in Calgary, Alberta.
 


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