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I Agree! Online Terms and Privacy Policies and What They Really Mean.

Learn more about online terms and conditions and privacy policies.

Date & time

Thursday, September 24, 2020
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

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Speaker(s)

Me Allen Mendelsohn

Cost

This event is free

Contact

Ali Akgunduz

Where

Online

Law Meets Engineering series

Jurist-in-Residence at Concordia University, Morton S. Minc, cordially invite you to an evening in conversation with Me Allen Mendelsohn.

Online Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies represent the central legal relationship between internet users and website operators.

Me Mendelsohn will examine the details and the legal validity of these online contracts. The examination will focus on general contract law and privacy laws including PIPEDA and Quebec’s Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector.

Students in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, lawyers, and the general public are invited to attend.

Advance registration is mandatory for this lecture.

A Zoom link will be sent a day before the event.

The eligibility of this training has been confirmed by the Barreau du Québec for the purposes of mandatory continuing education, for a period of one (1) hour.

About Me Allen Mendelsohn

With a specialization in internet and technology law, Me Allen Mendelsohn provides legal services including specialized internet, privacy, and corporate law to a variety of clients in the technological sector and online space. He teaches Internet Law at the Faculty of Law at McGill University.

About Me Morton Minc

Me Morton Minc's career focus has been on social innovation in the court system. After obtaining an arts degree from Sir George Williams University (one of Concordia’s founding institutions) in 1967, Judge Minc went on to study law at Université de Montréal, graduating in 1973. He then entered private practice, where his work took him across the country and included lecturing at both Concordia and McGill. In 1993, he was appointed judge at the Municipal Court of Montreal, where he eventually became chief justice in 2009. Judge Minc’s appointment as Jurist-in-Residence at Concordia is the first appointment of its kind for any English university in Quebec.


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