Mar 152013
 March 15, 2013  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Online

Christopher Parsons writes:

Last year I was invited to submit a brief to the Canadian Parliament’s Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics Committee. For my submission (.pdf), I tried to capture some of of the preliminary research findings that have been derived from social media and surveillance project I’m co-investigating with Colin Bennett. Specifically, the brief focuses on questions of jurisdiction, data retention, and data disclosure in the context of social media use in Canada. The ultimate aim of the submission was to give the committee members insight into the problems that Canadians experience when accessing the records held by social networking companies.

Read more on Technology, Thoughts, & Trinkets

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.