Droit et technologie

Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

Panelists

Lisa Austin, Professor, Chair in Law and Technology, University of Toronto

Samuel Witherspoon, Chief Executive Officer, IMRSV Data Labs

Teresa Scassa, Full Professor, Common Law Section and Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy, University of Ottawa

Amy Salyzyn, Associate Professor, Common Law Section, University of Ottawa

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Sous-titre: 
Measuring and Facilitating Better Privacy Practices for Mobile Apps
Date: 
lundi, 25 février 2019 - 11:30 am
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Can They See Me Now?

Le Centre de recherche en droit, technologie et société et eQuality sont enchantés de présenter: Can They See Me Now? Examining the Surveilled Subject and Surveillance Experience

Speaker: Liisa Mäkinen, University of Turku  
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Sous-titre: 
Examining the Surveilled Subject and Surveillance Experience
Date: 
mercredi 6 février 2019 à 11 h 30 13 h 00
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Can They See Me Now?

The Centre for Law, Technology and Society and eQuality are delighted to present: Can They See Me Now? Examining the Surveilled Subject and Surveillance Experience

Speaker: Liisa Mäkinen, University of Turku  
Anglais
Sous-titre: 
Examining the Surveilled Subject and Surveillance Experience
Date: 
mercredi, 6 février 2019 - 11:30 am1:00 pm
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Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

Social media platforms allow people to connect and share information at an incredible scale, but with these benefits come challenges including security, privacy, and human rights concerns. Citizens, businesses, civil society, labour groups, governments, and platforms alike are struggling to balance these risks and rewards. This panel discussion examines how social media platforms currently function, how they could function to achieve societal goals, and what is required to achieve these goals.

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Sous-titre: 
The Alex Trebek Forum for Dialogue "Social Media & Platform Politics: The (Un)intended Consequences for Democracy"
Date: 
mercredi, 14 novembre 2018 - 5:30 pm7:00 pm
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Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

with

Max Hartshorn, Jon Penney, Yuan Stevens, Bianca Wylie


 
This is a free event.

This event will be in English only.
The event will be recorded, and photos may be taken.

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Sous-titre: 
Free-for-All? Data Scraping & the Public Interest
Date: 
mardi, 23 octobre 2018 - 4:00 pm5:30 pm
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Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

SPEAKER
Daniel Robinson
Assistant Professor,
University of New South Wales

Anglais
Sous-titre: 
Biodiversity, Access and Benefit- Sharing: Global case studies and Nagoya Protocol implementation
Date: 
mercredi, 7 novembre 2018 - 11:30 am12:50 pm
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Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

Hearing
9:00 AM - Supreme Court of Canada Join your fellow students and professors at the Supreme Court of Canada to watch the TELUS Communications Inc. v. Wellman case. This is a case seeks to determine the effects of standard form contracts & mandatory arbitration on access to procedural and substantive justice. (See below for complete case summary.)   Proper attire is required at the Supreme Court of Canada.     Debrief / Panel discussion 4:00 PM  |  Fauteux Hall, Room 302  
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Sous-titre: 
Hearing at the Supreme Court of Canada: Telus v Wellman
Date: 
mardi, 6 novembre 2018 - 4:00 pm5:30 pm
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Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

Speakers:

Jean-Noé Landry, LFO Fellow on smart cities, CLTS / Executive Director, OpenNorth;

Teresa Scassa, Full Professor, Common Law Section / Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy


Lunch included. Open to all. This event will in English only.

Anglais
Sous-titre: 
Situating Global Trends and Implications for Open Smart Cities in the Canadian Context
Date: 
mardi, 16 octobre 2018 - 11:30 am12:50 pm
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Feminist Responses to Tech Facilitated, Gendered Violence

Dillon Black 
Ph.D. student in the Department of Criminology/ Feminist advocate with
the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women (OCTEVAW)

Suzie Dunn 
Ph.D. student and part-time professor at the Faculty of Law,
University of Ottawa

Anastasia Berwald 
Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

Lunch included - All are welcome


*The Faculty of Law may take pictures and record this event for use on its Website and in its publications.

Anglais
Sous-titre: 
The Shirley E. Greenberg Chair for Women and the Legal Profession and the Centre for Law, Technology and Society Joint Speaker
Date: 
mercredi, 10 octobre 2018 - 11:30 am12:50 pm
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Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series

Speaker: Carlos Affonso Souza, professor in the Faculty of Law at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ, Brazil)

About the Distinguished Speaker

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Sous-titre: 
Carlos Affonso Souza: The Right to be Forgotten Insights from Latin America
Date: 
mercredi, 26 septembre 2018 - 11:30 am12:50 pm
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