Here are some links from within the domain:
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Cleaning files from hard drives — Slaw http://bit.ly/dwMPXp [Commented on it.]
- Tax accountant privilege http://bit.ly/aBe6gh
- NPR: University Attendance Scanners Make Some Uneasy-More at http://n.pr/129482104
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Authentication and Trust – Some Preliminary Thoughts http://bit.ly/cLx0P8
- RT @privacylawyer Privacy interests to be considered in publication ban http://bit.ly/b4Wruz
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Should Municipalities (or Other Public Bodies) Have Facebook Pages? http://bit.ly/cEIW5m
- RT @slaw_dot_ca iPhone Spy Phone http://bit.ly/bjj6wL
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Quality, process versus outcome, commodification and the business of litigation today — Slaw http://bit.ly/alS1LI
- NPR: Using Your BlackBerry Off-Hours Could Be Overtime [Policy on which law is based is too stale!]-More at http://n.pr/129184907
- sectorprivate U of O pushes back verdict on email service over privacy: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/mobile/iphone/s.. http://bit.ly/a38uni #privacy
I’ve been in Halifax for the last couple of week’s on “vacation.” The quotes are necessary because it involved far too much work, but also some awesome surf. Hugo caught his first wave, and Hurricane Danielle brought three days of great surf for Dad (pic below).
Tomorrow’s another story though, as Hurricane Earl is bearing down on Nova Scotia as I write. I’ve been through a couple of Tropical Storms but never a hurricane. Looks like tomorrow morning will probably be sub-hurricane in Halifax, but you never know. I’ve got a car full of gas, lots of water and food and a case of beer. Seanna and fam left this morning, so if we have power I might just get some work done before a late afternoon windsurf. Here’s to hoping everyone stays safe!