Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Podcast Series Five Tech Law Cases Everyone Should Know

Law firm McCarthy Tétrault LLP has created a podcast series called Five Tech Law Cases Everyone Should Know:

"Hosted by Connor Bildfell, Five Tech Law Cases Everyone Should Know takes a closer look at five groundbreaking court cases that have shaped Canadian tech law. From de-indexing websites, to internet defamation, to data breach class actions, these cases cover a wide range of tech law issues. Throughout the podcast, leading practitioners offer their insights and experience to help you understand how these cases have been applied on the ground level."

The cases are:

  • Google v. Equustek: do Canadian courts have the power to make injunctive orders with worldwide effects across the internet?
  • Jones v. Tsige: a case about the tort of intrusion upon seclusion in the digital era
  • SOCAN v. CAIP: can internet intermediaries be held liable for copyright infringement by users?
  • Crookes v. Newton: can sharing a hyperlink to defamatory third-party content triggers liability under Canadian defamation law?
  • Setoguchi v. Uber:  can a data breach, without any actual loss, trigger liability via a privacy class action?

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:38 pm


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