This is my latest effort at the “Confidentiality in a Wired World” session that I give every 6 months or so for lawyers who are joining the Ontario bar from other jurisdictions. Well, every 6 months so far. I’m an in-house guy, so they may just ask me back out of guilt! In any event, I created an e-book of my paper this year – it requires Adobe’s PDF reader but seems to open the extra links to videos and podcasts fine on Android, so I have fingers crossed for the Apple folks – in addition to the slides. You can see both below.Confidentiality-in-a-Wired-World-Final
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