Europe’s Highest Court Invalidates the “Safe Harbour” Scheme – FTC Responds
On October 6, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled to strike down the Safe Harbour scheme, a fifteen year data-transfer agreement between the EU and the US. This […]
Privacy at the Polls: A Look at Canadian Parties’ Approach to Privacy
Before participating in any election, conscientious voters will tend to gather as much information as they can about the contending parties’ platforms and policy promises. This time around, Canada’s political parties will […]
Drones: An Era of Surveillance or the New Normal?
Is corporate drone use on a collision course with public expectations for privacy? The answer all depends on an industry’s ability to manage expectations in the right way while striking a balance […]