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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 retired in mid-2016 from his position in civil justice law reform at the Ministry of the Attorney General, but his Slawian opinions are not and never were necessarily those of the Ministry.

Posts by John Gregory

Is a Printed Document Defective in Law?

Dealing With Digital Assets After Death

Designing a Better Uniform Law Web Site

Checking the Age of Online Purchasers

More on Social Media and the Courts

Online Defamation – Single Publication Rule?

Citation by Shortened URL

Domain Names as Property (Again)

The Canadian Anti-Spam Bill

More on Facebook Evidence

Has Online ADR Got a Future?

Cyberbullying: Is a Law Needed?

Online Defamation – No Limitation Period?

Taking Someone’s Picture Without Publication

Overturning Seizure of Domain Names

Destroying Data

Domain Names of Well-Known People

UK ISP Service Bans, Un-Bans Wikipedia Page

Anti-Spam Bill Reintroduced in the Senate

Australia Will Criminalize Identity Theft

Virtual Worlds but Real (?) Property