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Category Archives: Technology
The Privacy Commissioner of Canada has called for legislation empowering her to impose substantial fines against major corporations that fail to adequately protect Canadians’ personal information from preventable breaches. “I am deeply troubled by the large number of major breaches we are seeing, including serious incidents in recent weeks that have affected hundreds of thousands [...]
Have you caught someone at work surfing the Internet—maybe buying something, updating their Facebook page or paying a bill? Maybe that ‘someone’ was you! Have you ever stopped to think if that ‘someone’ is allowed to do this at work? An acceptable use policy (AUP) is a written policy, enacted by an employer and agreed [...]
We’ve all heard of a “paperless workplace environment” and many of us would argue that it’s easier said than done. However, the potential cost savings, workflow efficiencies, and positive impact on the environment of converting to using electronic documents are a few reasons why some businesses are making the move. This is a trend that will continue, but until [...]
The contestants on American Idol apparently sign them. So do the participants in the opening ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics. A confidentiality agreement (CA) or non-disclosure agreement is an agreement by which one or more parties disclose confidential information (CI) to one or more parties, and perhaps vice versa. They are often signed at [...]
(Previously published on Brian Bowman – On the Cutting Edge on April 15, 2009) Businesses are increasingly being asked to reduce their “carbon footprint”. And while many customers are interested in doing business with organizations that are trying to reduce their carbon footprint, many customers are also concerned about their own “digital footprints“. The Discovery [...]
(This article was originally posted on Slaw.ca on May 25, 2009) When we were discussing the various ideas we had for topics for this week long series from our firm, Pitblado LLP, I told my colleagues that I wanted to use my writing opportunity to give the readers of Slaw a glimpse into something that is unique to Manitoba [...]