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About John Gregory

John D. Gregory is an Ontario lawyer called in 1977, with a special interest in what happens to the law when you take the paper away. He works in civil justice law reform at the Ministry of the Attorney General, but his Slawian opinions are not necessarily those of the Ministry.

Posts by John Gregory

Is There Copyright in Klingon?

Browsewraps – Why Bother?

The Pretty Face of the Internet of Things

Electronic Designation of Beneficiaries

Smartphone Evidence: R. v. Avanes Et Al.

Mistakes in Website Prices – Consumer Items

Nova Scotia’s Cyberbullying Law Struck Down

Lawyers, Boards and Cybersecurity

Will Facebook Overprotect Privacy?

Problems With Bitcoins as Money?

Digital Files Are Property in New Zealand

Interconnected Devices and Products Liability

The Internet of Whose Things?

Can Skype Be Used for Testimony in Court?

Evidence vs Privacy?

Do You Have a BYOF Policy?

Enforceability of Do-Not-Link Provisions

Authenticating Electronic Petitions

Digital Currency – the Senate Reports

Do Real Names Lead to Civility?

May the Repo Man Work From Home?

Ontario Reformats Its Electronic Laws Site