Here are some recent tweets of note!
- RT @PrivacyLaw “Using Surveillance Cameras to Detect Cashier Cheating” http://tinyurl.com/r9fcgy
- BC Commish has issued a “Blood Tribe” protocol for dealing with solicitor-client privilege claims in FOI appeals: http://bit.ly/4pL10
- RT @RossRunkel: “Thoughts from a Management Lawyer” is a blog that’s 6 years old this month. Hats off. http://tinyurl.com/on67x4
- RT @IntegreonEDD: Marvell Alleges Editing of Infamous GC Voice Mail Message http://tinyurl.com/d386je | Law.com [Good one!]
- Privacy Guy’s digest is up: http://bit.ly/3kMiM Awesome.
- Thanks for the link to Craig Ball’s http://tinyurl.com/dmbsmn @pegduncan Read with interest.
- RT @PrivacyNow: http://twitpic.com/4b0f1 – we developed this privacy wheel … [Looks cool!]
- The Ontario Bar Association has published its “Eye on Privacy” newsletter: http://bit.ly/wrMGa
- Started reading George Paul’s “Foundations of Digital Evidence” on plane. What a remarkable book! Inspired.
- End of the University as We Know It: http://bit.ly/pVxha [From NYT. So thought-provoking.]
- RT @sectorprivate Twittering executives reveal too much (Financial Times) http://tinyurl.com/c582d3 [Nice read. Thanks Greg!]
- Think @stevematthews nailed the do’s and don’ts of twitter use by professionals: http://tinyurl.com/c3asff
I have a big case starting tomorrow, so why did I post two blog entries today?! I think its because I’m ready and this is a good way to blow off some nervous energy. I also owe an overdue thanks to my KM colleague Pamela Hillen. She’s been passing on some great cases that I’ve been able to blog about. Thanks Pam!