Key IT Law Issues for Wearable & Mobile Devices

The Nineteenth Annual Canadian IT Law Association Conference is taking place this year in Toronto on October 26–27, 2015.

I will be participating on the panel entitled “Key IT Law Issues for Wearable & Mobile Devices” moderated by David Canton, Harrison Pensa LLP, with co-panelists Sony Gokhale, Osler, Hoskins & Harcourt LLP and Rachael Vaughn, Attorney Next Generation Devices, Microsoft.

We will be discussing mobile banking and smartphone credit/debit card payments, privacy by design for mobile devices and apps, app development considerations and licenses, health information and wearables, search & seizure of cell phones, behavioural advertising for mobile and wearable devices, etc. My presentation will address mobile devices and privacy issues and will discuss whether “consent” is overrated.

To view the program, click here.

To register, click here.

This content has been updated on October 21, 2015 at 22 h 56 min.