It’s been a while since I’ve posted a Roundup, partly because I went to a new design in the new year that’s taken a greater effort to write. With a view to sharing more links to current information more often, I’m going to revert back to a design that’s closer to what I was posting last year. However, thanks to a great idea from law practice management consultant Ron Friedmann, will simply re-post my from my Twitter feed. To keep with the spirit of microblogging, I’m going to refrain from editing and give them to you straight. Thanks Ron!
Here are some things within the domain that have bumped around on Twitter and caught my interest:
- RT @donna_seale New drug testing publications assist Canadian employers. http://is.gd/nHsq
- Read http://bit.ly/3BvZMH and http://bit.ly/euoz3 Good stuff on U.S. 4th Amendment and the reasonable expectation of privacy critique.
- The Australian resumes war on a cause of action against privacy: http://bit.ly/dKRj1
- RT @HicksMorley Effective Medical Information Management for Employers. http://bit.ly/d2blq
- Ont. Liberal bill to require teachers to report school violence: http://bit.ly/sjUTF
- RT [Nice one!] @jayshep Now on Gruntled Employees: an employment lawyer’s twitterable corporate Twitter policy: http://sn.im/dkora
- RT @educationweek Blog: U.S. Backs Student in Strip-Search Case http://tinyurl.com/cx9kpg
- RT @BoingBoing New Primer to Help Businesses Build in Customer Privacy Protection http://tinyurl.com/btbrhj (from ACLU of Northern Cal.)
- Union access and worker privacy [Australia] http://is.gd/mFKA In Canada, there is fairly broad access as necessary to representational role.
- Really great article on building a corporate e-mail retention policy: http://bit.ly/U7uaM Thx again to @PrivacyLaw
- Gun database ignites debate in Tenn.: http://bit.ly/PiQIJ Something to the issue about d’bases and openness. See also: http://bit.ly/zgH97
Spring has sprung here in Southern Ontario, and I’m re-enamoured with paddling after struggling through late fall and winter. It may be hard to believe, but Lake Ontario around Toronto can be extremely beautiful. I’d encourage everyone to find a way to appreciate the lake. I’ve attached a picture below from last weekend’s paddle around Toronto Island that shows how nice the water can be (on a good day). There are more pictures posted here. The beaches at Hanlan’s Point and Gilbrartar Point are incredible. Let’s keep them clean!