Critical Privacy Issues in Entertainment, Media and Communication Law

  • June 11, 2014


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Get up-to-date on the essential privacy issues impacting your entertainment, media and communications law practice. How did the Federal Court balance privacy interests against copyright enforcement attempts in the TekSavvy case? What privacy challenges persist in the use of consumer profiling and targeting? How can your clients respect their privacy obligations while embracing the benefits of new technologies, such as second screens and interactive media? Where are the lines to be drawn in advertising to children? Learn all this and more!


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Barry Logan, Canipre (Montreal)

Case: BMG Canada Inc. v. John Doe
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Mobile Location Analytics Code of Conduct
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Skatoony and Splatalot Transmedia Case Studies
Johnny Kalangis, Creative Director, Marble Media

Secret Location: Samples of Interactive Media Projects
Pietro Gagliano, Creative Director, Secret Location

Navigating the Privacy Challenges of New Technology: A case study of Second Screen Technology and Interactive Media
Joanna Fine, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Pietro Gagliano, Creative Director, Secret Location
Ryan Andal, Technical Director, Secret Location