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21 Feb 2019, 4:00 am by Administrator
” In Canada, Southin J. in the British Columbia Supreme Court noted in 1986 that “the proclamation of the Charter [of Rights and Freedoms] by a process worthy of an alchemist, has transformed judges from lawyers into philosopher kings…”[21] In light of these views, one might expect that the explicit mention of philosophers would occur most frequently in the context of constitutional law. [read post]
28 Sep 2015, 6:00 am by David Kris
Today, for reasons both technological and political, there is an increasing divergence and growing conflict between U.S. and foreign laws that compel, and prohibit, production of data in response to governmental surveillance directives.[1][2]  Major U.S. telecommunications and Internet providers[3] face escalating pressure from foreign governments, asserting foreign law, to require production of data stored by the providers in the United States, in ways that violate U.S. law.[4]  At the… [read post]