Beyond Airspace Safety: A Feminist Perspective on Drone Privacy Regulation

Beyond Airspace Safety: A Feminist Perspective on Drone Privacy Regulation Prof. Kristen Thomasen Assistant Professor University of Windsor Faculty of Law   ABSTRACT:  The impact of drones on women’s privacy has recently garnered sensational attention in media and popular discussions. Media headlines splash stories about drones spying on sunbathing or naked women and girls, drones… Continue reading

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Windsor Law Team Invited to Oxford IP Moot-Oral Rounds

From left: Professor Pascale Chapdelaine;  Student team members: Annissa Kwok, Nimisha Dubey, and Aaraf Dewan

Madiha Khan LTEC Lab Student Writer Dual J.D., 2019   Windsor law has been invited to participate in the 16th Annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot! Windsor Law is among the 28 teams from law schools around the world that have been invited to take part in the oral rounds based on the quality… Continue reading

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Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) Webinar: IP Foundations for Women Entrepreneurs

Madiha Khan, LTEC Lab Student Writer Dual J.D., 2019   On November 18, 2017, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) hosted a webinar for current and aspiring female entrepreneurs, with a special focus on how intellectual property (IP) can be utilized to enhance business outcomes. The webinar was delivered by Darlene Carreau, the Director General… Continue reading

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Interview with Windsor Law Alumnae, Dr. Catherine Ng, Senior Lecturer at University of Aberdeen, School of Law (Scotland).

Madiha Khan LTEC Lab Student Writer Dual JD 2019   Dr. Catherine Ng, a Windsor Law alumnae is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Post-Graduate Research Student Training Programme at the University of Aberdeen, School of Law. Dr. Ng started her work as a lecturer after a period of private practice in Toronto, and… Continue reading

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Another Win for Nintendo Giant: A Review of the Federal Court’s Decision on Technological Protection Measures

Monica Carinci Windsor Law LTEC Lab Student Writer JD 2018   In 2012, a separate legal framework was added to Canada’s Copyright Act (“the Act”), which prohibits the circumvention of technological protection measures (“TPMs”) and manufacturing and offering for sale devices that allow for the circumvention of TPMs. This framework was first applied by the… Continue reading

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