U.S. Anti-Terror Laws Deter Canadians From Using Google Services
In that post, I described how a number of Canadian institutions are having second thoughts about using Web-based collaborative tools from U.S.-based companies such as Google who keep search logs on their U.S. servers because of the wide-ranging powers granted to American security agencies under the Patriot Act.
David T.S. Fraser, a lawyer who writes the Canadian Privacy Law Blog, was interviewed for an Out-Law.com podcast on the issue. Out-Law.com is an IT and e-commerce newsletter published by the UK law firm UK firm Pinsent Masons LLP.