Information Roundup – 23 January 2010

23 Jun

Here are some recent tweets within the domain.

If you are an HR practitioner, please follow Hicks Morley’s new legislative updates blog. It’s quite a smart niche for a blog in my (non-objective) view – focusing on statutory changes related to human resources law.

Cheers!

Dan

danmichaluk

That’s you!
  1. RT @slaw_dot_ca Hot News, Hot Legal Topic http://bit.ly/bPogUJ

  2. RT @slaw_dot_ca Social media risks — Slaw http://bit.ly/d4A8vz Agree with these sentiments.

  3. Law enforcement benefits from inadvertently hearing lawyer’s telephone call http://bit.ly/bAzZ7s

  4. RT @marciahofmann: New paper on the myths and fallacies of “personally identifiable information” in consumer privacy. http://bit.ly/aHZQew

  5. RT @slaw_dot_ca Tips & Myths of Web Usability — Slaw http://bit.ly/asAOWO

  6. Narrow ruling in American employer text message audit case http://wp.me/p6aAc-15u

  7. Happy international surfing day!

  8. Receipt of unsolicited e-mail not a “collection” under privacy statute http://wp.me/p6aAc-15g

  9. One day into 3 day weekend solo. Learning 1: if my wife leaves me I will quickly OD on frozen pizza.

  10. RT @slaw_dot_ca What’s intrusive? — Slaw http://bit.ly/drR5zP by@privacylawyer

  11. Started the work day with a nice surf. I could get used to this.

  12. RT @slaw_dot_ca Today’s CLA judgement big, but just how big to be determined — Slaw http://bit.ly/cR9fLk

  13. RT @slaw_dot_ca U.S. Supreme Court Overturns 9th Circuit in Privacy Case http://bit.ly/dmEpCe

  14. Media has come up short in the last three SCC cases. Hmmm.

  15. SCC allows appeal of decision recognizing constitutional right to public interest (FOI) override http://bit.ly/caxbIo

  16. NYTimes: The Boring Speech Policy http://nyti.ms/b7HwXU [On Obama leadership. So witty!]

  17. Big, big FOI case due out of the SCC tomorrow http://bit.ly/cMctLr

  18. Exxon Valdez changed game on drug, alcohol testing http://tgam.ca/PuY (via @globeandmail)

  19. RT @slaw_dot_ca CanLII Keyword Gems http://bit.ly/bWz3Z3

  20. Desert island privacy cases for employment lawyers http://wp.me/p6aAc-14I

  21. RT @slaw_dot_ca Notarizing Electronic Documents http://bit.ly/aXvrFW

  22. Article on cloud based services adoption in Cdn higher ed http://tinyurl.com/26x2voj via @complexed [Strange comment on PQ, but helpful.]

  23. NYTimes: Styles of Judging: The Rhetoric and the Reality http://nyti.ms/9ggnzt

  24. RT @kevinokeefe: There’s no overnight business development success in blogging ~ from RLHB http://bit.ly/aDLvIz

  25. Google News experiments with human control, promotes a new serendipity with Editors’ Picks http://shar.es/mkJRl

  26. @pulat Congrats on the JD Pulat!

  27. NYTimes: Mind Over Mass Media http://nyti.ms/dgu3Qg

  28. RT @RossRunkel: Mesothelioma: Employer had duty to protect employee’s family http://tinyurl.com/29hg8e2

  29. @hicksmorley has launched a legislative update blog for human resources issues at http://www.humanresourceslegislativeupdate.com/

  30. RT @slaw_dot_ca SCC upholds publication ban without commenting on publication and the internet http://bit.ly/9LyLcr

  31. Sky http://twitpic.com/1vn3x8

  32. Thanks for the RTs @yosie23 and @granastein. Appreciated!

  33. Please check out the Ryerson Law Research Centre’s “Digital Rights Rountable” – June 18th – http://bit.ly/cs3QYc

  34. …and published this C-29 – PIPEDA update http://bit.ly/aCMLN5 Need to get back to work!

  35. Today’s presentation on developing social media policies http://bit.ly/db9GvL

  36. RT @slaw_dot_ca @DavidCanton on LSUC new file retention and destruction guide — Slaw http://bit.ly/a8wgkX

  37. Inside the security fence at Deerhurst for municipal sector conference. Sleepy here, for now I guess.

  38. RT @slaw_dot_ca Appeal court writes a chapter on proportionality — Slaw http://bit.ly/aSrtKZ

  39. Climbed a tree today for the first time in a long while.

  40. RT @managementlaw: Procedural Protection in Comtempt Proceedings http://bit.ly/ccddnF

  41. RT @stevewerby: Should selection process for public university presidents be private? I think so. http://bit.ly/ap4kWQ (via @sectorprivate)

  42. Took 5 hours to produce a bulletin in C-29 (PIPEDA amendment) and C-28 (FISA). PIPEDA amendments more fundamental than I had thought.

  43. The rise and fall of Carly Fiorina: an ethical case study. – Entrepreneur.com http://shar.es/mwXIf [thx @hirecentrix]

  44. RT @AntoninPribetic: The Trial Warrior Blog: Selected Internet Law Bibliography http://bit.ly/cdMS9f [Bro in law on the list.]

  45. Spoliation remedy granted in favour of bereaved dog owner http://wp.me/p6aAc-13W

  46. RT @slaw_dot_ca Privacy Breach Notification — Federal Amendments http://bit.ly/9AFaOc

  47. RT @BIHigherEdNews: How anxious parents affect colleges, students’ experience – USA Today http://bit.ly/a8mExP

  48. RT @bccla: CBC on Access to Information Act s. 69 – Where information goes to die: http://bit.ly/bwUlCb

  49. With I-Pad, and without new suit.

  50. RT @slaw_dot_ca Beware the common law duty to retain a record — Slaw http://bit.ly/dgSaqy

  51. Witness quotes M. Twain in prep today: “If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.” Good witness.

  52. RT @@jordan_law21: 43% of in-house counsel turn to blogs as a primary source of news: http://bit.ly/aaowSU [Helpful Jordan thx!]

  53. Reforming search & seizure http://bit.ly/bxQe4t

  54. On my way to the airport just in time for the t-storms. Deja vu from last Thursday. North Bay, keep a light on for me please!

  55. RT @slaw_dot_ca Should accountants have ‘privilege’? — Slaw http://bit.ly/cjf1yB

  56. Ontario government to consider Anti-SLAPP legislation http://bit.ly/agRsZr

  57. OCA – negligent infliction of mental suffering damages not available in employment context – last Friday’s Ayotte: http://bit.ly/9ENW9y

  58. My beer buddies http://twitpic.com/1sklmi

  59. RT @wiselaw Legal battle erupts over black box http://bit.ly/c7j5Fr [Cool case. My blog post here http://wp.me/p6aAc-XY]

  60. The dangers of hearing matters in chambers http://bit.ly/cGdXVu

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