Brian Burke lawsuit puts anonymous commenting back in the spotlight

When Brian Burke filed a defamatory lawsuit against 18 anonymous Internet users in April, the former Toronto Maple Leafs general manager said he was aiming “to stop people who post comments on the

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: May 2nd, 2013 Candice So

Supreme Court makes non-ridiculous ruling on hyperlinks

By Brian Jackson This week the Supreme Court of Canada decided that it would not make a ruling that would irrevocably harm the Internet, be impossible to enforce, and likely be ignored by

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: October 20th, 2011 Brian Jackson

Conviction of Google’s Italian execs gives privacy a bad name

Word comes this morning that a jury in Italy has convicted a trio of Google employees over the brief posting of a video that showed four boys bullying another child who has Down's

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: February 26th, 2010 Paul McNamara

Defamed online? Here’s what you can do about it

What can you do when you find content about yourself online that you think is defamation? How do you address it? Is it possible to have it removed from search results or from

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: April 8th, 2009 Meridith Levinson