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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Assault charges laid in McDonald’s video stunt

Social media is always a fun way to connect with friends and family but more and more it has become a breeding ground for cyber bullying and other criminal conduct.  Don’t be your own worst enemy and be careful what you chose to post. Be mindful of your actions and protect your self and your privacy. You have no control or ownership once you upload pictures and videos onto certain social media sites.  The lawyers at Smordin Law have defended many cases where a videos had gone viral on social media and led to arrests.  The following article is an example of how quickly social media can turn from friend to foe.

Assault charges laid in McDonald’s video stunt.




Powers of border agents and police differ

This is a great example when Canadian law and technology don’t find themselves both in 2015.  Old laws need to be interpreted by the Courts and this case will have impact on the privacy of all Canadians when crossing boarders.  Broad search powers versus your right to privacy are at the centre of this debate.  We will be keeping a close eye on this one.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/alain-philippon-phone-password-case-powers-of-border-agents-and-police-differ-1.2983841




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