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Wednesday, 03 July 2013 09:48

Band’s Logo Attracts Provincial Ire

Written by Teresa Scassa
The Alberta rock band named Jr. Gone Wild has been in the news after Alberta’s Department of Culture ordered it to stop using a modified version of the province’s official emblem as part of the band’s logo. A photo of the band’s logo can be viewed along with the Edmonton Journal article on this issue. A law titled the Emblems of Alberta Act makes it an offence to use “for commercial or business purposes” the…

Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:48

Google Glass and the Privacy Gap

Written by Teresa Scassa
Canada’s Privacy Commissioner, Jennifer Stoddart, along a number of her international counterparts and the commissioners of B.C., Quebec and Alberta have issued a joint letter written to the CEO of Google raising concerns about privacy in relation to Google Glass. This product, still at the beta stage, consists of a kind of interactive mobile computer worn as eyeglasses. Among other things, the glasses have the capacity to record audio and video data, and will be…

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