The Canadian Information Technology Law Association has just launched a new blog to foster discussion of issues of interest to practitioners and others who are interested in Canadian technology law issues. It also has an RSS/XML feed.
One of the initial postings is related to the recent decision by the Privacy Commissioner on outsourcing and the USA Patriot Act. I blogged about it here (The Canadian Privacy Law Blog: Privacy Commissioner considers USA Patriot Act / Outsourcing complaints against Canadian bank), but the IT.Can blog provides a good oppotunity for discussion. Check out the post here: Bank’s notification to customers triggers PATRIOT Act concerns.