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RYERSONLAW 122Tim StorusFall

Law 122 Lecture 1: Short Essay on Ethical Reasoning 1

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10 Dec 2015
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Ethics can be defined as, norms for conduct that distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable behavior (resnik, 2011). After looking over the case r
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RYERSONLAW 525Nick IannazzoWinter

LAW 525 Lecture Notes - Implied Warranty, Consumer Protection, Labatt Brewing Company

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11 Feb 2014
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Definition of special light beer, and the percentage of alcohol. Lite beer federal regulations lite beer should have characteristics in terms of percen
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Moral Rights, Trademark, Sweatshop

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1 Feb 2016
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Copyright: fixed manifestation of the original expression of an idea by an individual. No cr if an idea and expression is fused. Fixation & originality
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Data Mining, Pillow Talk, Text Mining

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3 Mar 2016
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Big data: amazon uses works as expressions, to sell (copyright, google deals with these works as data, for data mining, text mining, media mining, feed
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: 1918 Flu Pandemic, List Of Books Banned By Governments, Atavism

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3 Feb 2016
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Luther case was considered to be social media , sparked revolution. 1600s is the age of enlightenment: emphasis on reason/evidence, free flow of ideas,
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Big Data, Net Neutrality, Canadian Content

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23 Feb 2016
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Loosening of canadian content requirements: premise: innovation, transparency, clarity, competitive neutrality, consumer choice, pricing discipline. In
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Telefilm Canada, Competition Bureau (Canada), Canadian Content

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10 Feb 2016
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Telegraph and telephone: point to mass. Radios and television: broadcasting act, telecommunications act, radio communication act (phones) Crtc regulate
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RYERSONLAW 525Nick IannazzoWinter

LAW 525 Lecture Notes - Ant-Zen, Health Canada, Regulatory Offence

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11 Feb 2014
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Contract law: only buyer can sue seller (if buyer gives product to someone else, they cannot sue) Sue for damages ($) for breach of contract terms if t
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: E-Commerce, Westphalian Language, Uniform Act

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13 Apr 2016
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Issue when moderaing who"s going to be in charge of what, In canadian law you cant do anything w/o their permission. License - permission to use their
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RYERSONLAW 525Kernaghan Webb

LAW 525 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fundamental Justice, Combines Investigation Act, Ultra Vires

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12 Apr 2018
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Fundamental freedoms: everyone has the following fundamental freedoms, freedom of conscience and religion, freedom of thought, belief, opinion an expre
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RYERSONLAW 723Stan BendaWinter

LAW 723 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Wael Ghonim, Norman Rockwell, Competition Bureau (Canada)

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28 Mar 2016
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Freedom of expression, defamaion, the net free low of informaion (for innovaion, wealth creaion, truth) Muli stakeholder gov (consumers can be individu
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RYERSONLAW 525Nick IannazzoWinter

LAW 525 Lecture 6: Chapter 6

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28 Jul 2016
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Law525 chapter 6 (consumer protection act cpa) Door 2 door sales ppl, elderly scammed, contractors, modeling scam. Major changes to cpa: warranties & r
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