The Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision today, in which they upheld the lower Court’s ruling that forced a Vice reporter to hand over some materials to the RCMP. Interesting to see if it does end up going to the SCC.
Here is the updated PowerPoint from today’s presentation, with all the functioning hyperlinks. Enjoy!
Here’s a story about a 9th Circuit decision, from Ars. Apparently the internet doesn’t count as a “communication channel,” according to the “expert” from FOX. Those alternative facts are pretty convincing, it would seem.
A really interesting article showing how the UK has now followed in the footsteps of the USA, banning most electronic devices from being taken into the cabin on flights from some Muslim majority countries, including Turkey and Dubai.
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This week, Facebook has begun implementing its new strategy, announced a few months ago, in reducing the amount of “fake news” posted on its platform. In this Quartz article, the writer attempts to publish a fake news article about “Irish Slaves” and is met with a series of warnings that the user has to “click through” in… Read More
Hi all! Our presentation this week is on threats to online security that lawyers face and how to combat them. Please read the article below, as well as taking a look at the videos attached. See you Wednesday!
Hi everyone, Attached is mine and Josh’s presentation on Journalism from last week. Zach + Josh
Here are the slides from todays class. They do include the results of last weeks group exercise. Jon