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- Presentation: What’s new in cross-border digital evidence gathering for criminal investigations?
I was invited to present at the High Technology Crime Investigation Association’s first annual Canadian Cyber Summit. I spoke about recent issues and trends in cross-border criminal investigations originating in Canada, starting with the current state of affairs and the Mutual Legal Assistance Treat … Read more »
- My Atlantic Security Conference 2019 Presentation: The New Privacy and Cybersecurity Legal Risk Landscape (or how to play nicely with lawyers)
I was invited back this year to the Atlantic Security Conference as a speaker. It’s a great event and shows that Halifax really punches above its weight when it comes to tech and skills. Another great talk from @privacylawyer. Day one of @AtlSecCon going well. pic.twitter.com/xdxteCRsJn— Jacob Gould … Read more »
- Privacy Commissioner proposes new guidance on crossborder transfers, requiring consent for all outsourcing
In seeking to revise crossborder dataflows, the OPC’s position would require consent for all transfers of personal information for processing The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has initiated a consultation that proposes to completely reverse its previous guidance on crossborder d … Read more »
- Ontario court refuses to order accused to unlock his smartphone
Not sure how I missed this one when it came out in January … The Ontario Court of Justice has refused to order an accused to unlock his smartphone or to provide the crown with the password for the device. In R v Shergill, 2019 ONCJ 54, the Crown made an application for a search warrant for a phone … Read more »
- Privacy for start-ups and growing businesses
I was invited with my colleague Sarah Anderson Dykema to present on privacy by design for start-ups at Volta Labs. Volta is Eastern Canada’s innovation hub, incubating and accelerating start-ups. The turnout was great and the presentation was well received. I promised to publish it on my blog for th … Read more »
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