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Forty hours on privacy

I will be teaching, for a fourth consecutive year, DRT-6929E-A, a privacy law course at the  University of Montreal Law Faculty. The class is offered to Masters degree students and takes place every Monday from 4 to 7pm, January 11 to April 11, 2016. I have been teaching since 2009 (e-commerce law from 2009 – […] Read more

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Google enrichit ses bases de données NOW !

Auteur: Raphael Pallanca, Étudiant au cours de DRT6929E Google Now, c’est l’application prédictive du géant de la Silicon Valley du même nom qui délivre « la bonne information au bon moment » selon ses concepteurs. Pour Google, cette application permet à l’humain de se décharger des informations qu’il doit intégrer chaque jour. Cela va du rappel d’acheter […] Read more

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Forty hours on privacy

I will be teaching, for a third consecutive year, DRT-6929E-A, a privacy law course at the  University of Montreal Law Faculty. The class is offered to Masters degree students and takes place every Monday from 4 to 7pm, January 12 to April 13, 2015. I have been teaching since 2009 (e-commerce law from 2009 – […] Read more

Privacy Practices that Promote Consumer Trust

This session will discuss the privacy challenges that businesses are facing in the digital environment and more specifically, how they can make sure to maintain consumer trust. Privacy laws are not always well adapted to new digital marketing developments and therefore, businesses have to determine where to draw the line on ethical vs. unethical marketing […] Read more

Events

Indoor Location & Privacy: Steering Clear of the ‘Creepy Line’

Today I will be speaking on location privacy issues at the Place 2014: The Business of Location event in NYC. The panel will be moderated by Jules Polonetsky, Executive Director and Co-chair of the Future of Privacy Forum. My co-panelists include Maya Mikhailov, EVP and Co-Founder, GPShopper, Amanda Koulousias, Attorney, Federal Trade Commission and Kate […] Read more

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Businesses Are Tracking Your Habits–But How Much Information Is Too Much

Featured as privacy expert.  It’s no secret marketers are trying to get information about customer activity and habits online. Now some businesses are taking it a step further–using pocket-sized sensors to glean information from consumers’ Wi-Fi-enabled smartphones as they go about their day. Is this behavior tracking going too far? Elizabeth Dwoskin of the Wall […] Read more