Category: legal

SITE BLOCKING AND THE CHARTER

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In Canada the constitution bears primality via section 52 which heralds supremacy. In R. v. Therens, [1985] 1 S.C.R. 613 at 638,  the Supreme Court of Canada, speaking through Le Dain J. stated:  […] the Charter must be regarded, because of its constitutional character, as a new affirmation of rights and freedoms and of judicial …

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CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT

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A grassroots back law called the California Consumer Privacy Act has been opposed rather vigorously by many corporations. The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the “Act”) was signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown on June 28, 2018. The main features of the Act include: the right to know, through a general privacy …

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INTERNET DOMAINS

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Hardcore Games have been experiencing problems with domain registrars for years.  We currently use an Azure website subdomains. The 1990s became a real headache for many businesses. It took several years before US lawmakers were able to settle the problem of cybersquatters. hardcore-games.azurewebsites.net is now www.hardcoregames.ca, the change was necessary due to Azure error, one …

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