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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

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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