A recent article in CSO (Australia edition) advised data security executives that “Users’ poor home IoT security could become your next headache”. This raises and interesting question. Where should we draw the line between a consumer’s responsibility to become technologically… Read More ›
Chasing the Autonomous Vehicle – International Trade Matters
What influence will the United States have on the public policy choices available to federal and provincial governments in Canada regarding autonomous and connected vehicles? That issue was not explored in any depth in the Canadian Senate’s important report on… Read More ›
Consent and the Connected Car – Is this the right choice?
Recently, Daniel Therrien, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, made a written submission to the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications on the privacy issues relating to connected vehicles. This submission supplemented the Commissioner’s oral remarks to the Committee on… Read More ›