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A Short Take On Deepfakes
Our laws and legal system have always struggled to keep pace with technology. From cryptocurrency to self-driving cars, legal and regulatory gaps emerge each time technology progresses.
Canada
22 May 2019
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The Court Of Appeal's Sextology On SLAPP Suits
The Court of Appeal sent a message loud and clear in support of free expression last Thursday: "Not every foot over the defamatory foul line warrants dragging the offender through the litigation process".
Canada
13 Sep 2018
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The Court Of Appeal's Sextology On SLAPP Suits
The Court of Appeal sent a message loud and clear in support of free expression last Thursday: "Not every foot over the defamatory foul line warrants dragging the offender through the litigation...
Canada
13 Sep 2018
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A New Era For Libel: Reconciling The Rules Of Jurisdiction With The Challenges Of The Internet Age
In Haaretz.com v. Goldhar, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) offered a convoluted response to the important question of whether Canadians can sue for defamation ...
Canada
24 Jul 2018
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Journalists Shouldn´t Rely On New Defamation Defence
Defamation law, with its absolute liability, reverse onuses and presumed damages, has historically proven stubbornly resistant to change.
Canada
16 Jul 2008
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Supreme Court Of Canada Widens Defamation Defence
A recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada clarifies and widens the scope of what constitutes a "fair comment" in the context of a defamation action.
Canada
10 Jul 2008
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