I attended Osgoode’s Symposium on Technology Crime and Electronic Evidence today. A great program, with dialogue on search and electronic evidence issues from keynote speaker Jennifer Granick of the EFF, Crown counsel Susheel Gupta, computer forensic professional Philip Fodchuck, Crown counsel Michel Fairburn, defence counsel Scott Fenton and defence counsel Alan Gold among others.
I didn’t plan on live blogging but had my computer open and kind of got into it. Here’s the stream, which includes some “nuggets” and cites to case law.
Thanks to the presenters and organizers. Inspiring.