Private Eyes

Does the notion of privacy becomes unworkable when we don’t know information is being collected, used, or shared at all, let alone by who, and there is no practical way to avoid it or opt out?

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David Canton
Game Over for Loot?

“Loot” can help players advance through a game more quickly and/or have an enhanced gameplay experience but regulators, academics and gamers around the world are concerned that this mechanic resembles gambling.

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Lauren Sigouin
Another Kind of Twin

By leveraging big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning and IoT technologies, a digital twin can act as a virtual model and can provide valuable new insights.

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Lauren Sigouin
Court Exorcises Tort

The Court of Appeal’s rejection of harassment as a tort is good news for employers, like those in the tech industry with non-traditional employer/employee relations, who may be at risk of their managerial discretion being construed as managerial harassment.

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David Spence
Bug Hunt

Bug bounty programs have proven valuable to businesses that create software or that have an online presence. Businesses have offered these programs for decades.

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David Canton
Swag™

Including promotional items in trademark use descriptions will require a different approach under the new trademark rules that come into effect on June 17, 2019.

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