Here are some recent tweets within the domain you may find of interest:
- RT @jayshep Hysterical article by Judge Gerald Lebovits on how to write a bad brief: http://bit.ly/9Et0eU [Nice delivery!]
- RT @privacylawyer Markup of Bill #C-29 #PIPEDA Amendments http://bit.ly/bJyyhw [Thanks David!]
- RT @PrivacyMemes PIPEDA amendments will expand private sector “collaboration” with police http://bit.ly/b6MKww via @privacylawyer
- RT @bsookman Anti-SPAM bill to be introduced on Tuesday http://ow.ly/1OatI
- Employee Fired When Her Off Duty Sex Blog Is Discovered by Her Boss RT @MollyDiBi http://bit.ly/9PNdVE
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Full-Body Scanners Still Raise Many Legal Concerns http://bit.ly/bKPpWu
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Feds introduce child porn reporting bill http://bit.ly/bq3Hu0
- Good article on BC FIPPA and politics of cross-border transfer of personal information http://bit.ly/9edtxw
- RT @caraellison Columbine: http://wp.me/pGtS9-39W [Agree Cara. Intense and disturbing read.]
- RT @bsookman Why IT Security Guys Now Also Need To Be Legal Experts http://bit.ly/cox5D4
- RT @google million students are now using Google Apps for email & collaboration http://bit.ly/afWJP3
- RT @complexed 7 Steps to Help Companies Avoid Writing Dangerous Documents http://bit.ly/cEpO8o
- RT @integreonedd Unauthorized Access Doesn’t Apply to E-Mail, Judge Rules http://bit.ly/c86Asb | Law.com
- RT @slaw_dot_ca India’s Supreme Court Rules Against Involuntary Tests http://bit.ly/cbXmCq
- An Uncompelling Decision on Internet Defamation http://bit.ly/aH1sNk Good critical thoughts by @thetrialwarrior
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Peg Duncan’s Canadian focused e-discovery reading list and case law digest updated http://bit.ly/9C0j0G
- RT @slaw_dot_ca The Gizmodo Search http://bit.ly/auQAnx
It’s been slow going for me here lately, and I apologize for that. Slow blogging and tweeting, ’cause I have a rule that I’ll actually read what I tweet and I’ve been quite busy with some really rewarding files.
The PIPEDA changes are the big news, though I wonder more and more how relevant the statute is if you’re not Facebook and not in the telecom or banking sectors. The Google Apps tweet is interesting too, and I recently had a chance to look a little into Microsoft’s competing Live@Edu product. Seems like the educational institution market for cloud services is real and the battle is well underway.
Hope you’re enjoying the summer!