Category Archives: law

UK Supreme Court enables $18.5 billion class action against Mastercard | Article| Reuters

https://www.reuters.com/article/britain-mastercard-court-idUSKBN28L16J

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Alberta launches survey on federal firearms policy banning assault-style weapons | CTV News

Kelsey Dyer CTVNewsEdmonton.ca Senior Digital Producer @KelseyCTV Nov 9, 2020 The Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee was formed in June 2020 to provide recommendations on responding to gun violence while protecting the rights of gun owners in the province in response … Continue reading

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RCMP and CBSA officers to face questions over Meng Wanzhou’s arrest in extradition case

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/meng-wanzhou-rcmp-cbsa-arrest-extradition-1.5773362

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Apple removes Fortnite developer Epic from App Store – BBC News

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53955183

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New Hong Kong security law allows Beijing to go after critics well beyond China’s borders

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/world/article-new-hong-kong-security-law-allows-beijing-to-go-after-critics-well/ Related Canada halts extraditions, military exports with Hong Kong over China’s national security law https://www.theglobeandmail.com/world/article-canada-takes-action-over-chinas-national-security-law-for-hong-kong/

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TC Energy to proceed with Keystone XL pipeline after US$1.1 billion investment from Alberta government | Financial Post

https://business.financialpost.com/commodities/energy/tc-energy-to-proceed-with-keystone-xl-pipeline-after-1-5b-investment-from-alberta-government — the Government of Alberta has agreed to invest US$1.1 billion as equity in the 830,000-barrels-per-day pipeline project. This going towards construction costs through the end of 2020. The remaining investment of US$6.9 billion is expected to be made … Continue reading

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TV’s ‘Diesel Brothers’ to pay US$850,000 fine for rolling coal | Driving

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Exclusive: For $3, a ‘robot lawyer’ will sue data brokers that don’t delete your personal and location info – Fortune

Digital Health, a new service from DoNotPay, maker of the Robo Revenge’ app, can demand that more than 100 data brokers stop selling your location data, phone number, and even facial recognition information, for just $3. https://fortune.com/2020/03/05/delete-location-data-privacy-personal-information-donotpay/

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Google tracked his bike ride past a burglarized home. That made him a suspect.

Zachary McCoy used an exercise-tracking app, RunKeeper, to record his rides.. image: Agnes Lopez / for NBC News Big data when used without limits or oversight often results in privacy breaches and wrongful assumptions. Police can now get personal details … Continue reading

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Does the B.C. gas pipeline need approval from hereditary chiefs? – Macleans.ca

Protesters at a rally in Vancouver in support of pipeline protesters in northwestern B.C. (Darryl Dyck/CP) — This explains the two types of indigenous leadership, what role they each play and why they are often not in agreement. There is … Continue reading

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