Special Issue “Media and Communication Theory and the Regulation of the Networked Society”

For more information visit HERE Background Unprecedented recent events have created a more general public awareness of the necessity of digital media platforms, devices, and services for the maintenance of day-to-day social and economic cohesion. In Canada, these events were featured in the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review report Canada’s Communications Future: Time to Act (The “Report”)… Continue reading

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Algorithmic Personalized Pricing

Dr. Pascale Chapdelaine, Associate Professor at Windsor Law 17 NYU Journal of Law & Business, Forthcoming ABSTRACT: Price is an essential term at the heart of supplier-consumer transactions and relationships increasingly taking place in “micro-marketplace chambers”, where points of comparison with similar relevant products may be increasingly hard to discern and time consuming. This article… Continue reading

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Cybersecurity During The COVID-19 Pandemic – Webinar by Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association (CERBA), with Kaspersky, and Gowling WLG

Sigma Khan, Windsor Law LTEC Lab Student Writer, Dual JD 2022 While cybersecurity is a consistent concern in the digital era, unique conditions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic amplify cybersecurity challenges. With business and employment models increasingly shifting to online work in an effort to promote social distancing for health safety reasons, data from personal… Continue reading

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Book Review: “Copyright and Collective Authorship – Locating the Authors of Collaborative Work” (Cambridge University Press) by Dr. Daniela Simone (Lecturer in Law and Co-Director of University College London’s Institute of Brand and Innovation Law)

“A must-read for anyone interested in the interaction between law and the creative process. This book made me think differently about copyright law and what it promotes and values when it comes to (not) recognizing those who contribute to the creation of works” says Dr. Pascale Chapdelaine (Associate Professor Windsor Law) who recently reviewed Dr.… Continue reading

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Connected Commerce: Self-Driving Tucks & Their Impact on Cross-Border Trade, Panel Discussion March 10, 2020

Sigma KhanWindsor Law Dual JD Candidate 2022 The University of Windsor is situated near the busiest international border crossing in North America in terms of trade volume. The Ambassador Bridge, which can be viewed during a stroll outside of the Law Building, carries more than 25% of all merchandise trade between the United States and… Continue reading

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