Droit à l’oubli : Google refuse d’obéir à la Cnil
Anais Moutot, Les Echos, le 31/07/2015
Le moteur de recherche ne veut pas étendre le droit à l’oubli à l’extension .com.
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Surprisingly, a Voluntary Climate Treaty Could Actually Work
By Michael Greenstone, The New York Times, February 13, 2015
Negotiators around the world are deliberating proposals for an international climate change...Lire Plus →
James Bradshaw, The Globe and Mail, January 9, 2015
Canada’s government is considering new tax rules to level the playing field for e-commerce vendors that complain foreign giants such as...Lire Plus →
Shawn Donnan, Financial Times, 16/11/2014
When India and the US last week ended a dispute that had paralysed the World Trade Organisation, it drew cheers from business groups: multilateralism is...Lire Plus →
Susan Krashinsky, The Globe and Mail, 21/11/2014
Critics of changes to Canadian trademark law are asking the federal government to consider regulations that could soften the blow that businesses are...Lire Plus →
Richard Blackwell, The Globe and Mail, 20/11/2014
Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners LP, one of Canada’s largest green energy firms, is dramatically expanding its Brazilian operations with the purchase of hydro,...Lire Plus →
Brent Jang, The Globe and Mail, 12/11/2014
Canada’s hopes for a sharp increase in exports face uncertainty amid new signs of a slowdown in economic growth in key global markets.
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Christine Dobby, The Globe and Mail, 11/11/2014
With online video viewing soaring, the debate over whether the Internet should be divided into fast and slow lanes is growing.
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