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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

Digital Locks?

Notarizing Electronic Documents

Privacy, Identity (And Facebook?)

Should Accountants Have ‘privilege’?

Defamation – No More Symbolic Damages?

When Is Email Received?

Any Case Law on E-Signatures in Canada?

Anonymous Speech

Defamation – Liability for Linking

Should Judges Check Facts Online?

Online Voting in Alberta or Elsewhere

May Law Blogs Be Ghostwritten?

Spying on Students Through Their Computers

Identifying Lawyers — and Others

UK Web Jurisdiction Case Over Hate Literature

Privacy vs. Reputation

A Right to Forget – Online

SCC Judges Demonstrate (Not)

What Choice Does Religion Give You?

Is a Printed Document Defective in Law?

Dealing With Digital Assets After Death