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Given the potential of the blockchain technology to revolutionize how parties transact with one another, a lot of brainpower is spent by entrepreneurs around the world to figure out what other problems it can solve and what assets it can hold.
Driven by the confluence of advances in technologies, it is predicted that the financial sector will see more change in the next 10 years than in the last 100 combined.
Privacy expert Molly Reynolds outlines two issues most in need of review in order to balance individuals’ rights to control their personal information with their expectations that the companies they do business with will serve their needs.
Appropriate disclosure, employing a risk-based approach, and creating a strong role for management will help issuers be responsive to mark trends and regulatory requirements.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently held that internet "framing" is a valid ground for copyright infringement in Canada.
AI has quietly made its way into many aspects of daily life, from depositing cheques through your phone to curated and targeted advertisements on social media platforms.