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August 14, 2023

Should Computers Decide How Much Things Cost?

LTEC Lab Director and Windsor Law Associate Professor Chapdelaine "advocates for legislating limits to the use of personal data that could be used to personalize prices, along with more enforcement from the courts and privacy commissioner.”


April 10, 2023

Droit de réparation en matière de propriété intellectuelle

LTEC Lab Director and Associate Professor Chapdelaine discusses the intellectual property law implications of the Right to Repair with ICI Radio Canada (April 2023, en français)

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January 17, 2023

We're hiring! 

Windsor Law LTEC Lab is looking for Research Assistant(s) (preferably 2L or 1L Windsor Law students) for the Winter term 2023, with a possibility for extension in the summer and fall terms 2023. 

Deadline for applications: January 25, 2023


January 23, 2020

Professor Kristen Thomasen discusses Windsor’s proposed partnership with Amazon Ring.

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June 26, 2019

Professor Kristen Thomasen discusses Windsor Police’s new aerial drone program on Rose City Politic’s Podcast


June 24, 2019

Professor Kristen Thomasen discusses Windsor Police’s new aerial drone program and resulting privacy concerns

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April 8, 2019 

Prof. Pascale Chapdelaine’s discusses her research projects on intellectual property and e-commerce, big data and consumer protection.

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February 6, 2019


More regulations needed to protect personal data online, university panel says, Coverage of: E-commerce, Algorithms, Big Data, Consumer Deception and Protection Expert Panel, Windsor Star.


January 9, 2019

Professor Kristen Thomasen discusses the new June 1, 2019 drone regulations.  Kristen Thomasen, CTV, Power Play.


December 5, 2018

“Five critical components of a balanced, modern Canadian copyright system,” Myra Tawfik and Pascale Chapdelaine, Globe and Mail.


May 1, 2018


“Why it’s so important for Canadians to be able to leverage their intellectual property,” Myra Tawfik, The Globe & Mail,


June 17, 2015

“To support Canadian start-ups, offer pro bonolegal clinics” (with James Hinton), Myra Tawfik, The Globe and Mail

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