Facebook & the Law…

It is no secret that teenagers have come to rely on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to document every aspect of their lives. It is easy to get lost in the online world of social media and think that because you’ve set your profile to “private”, what you post online will have no repercussions. This blog…

The Supreme Court of Canada Combats Cyber-Bullying

In September of 2012, Canada’s top court, the Supreme Court of Canada, struck a blow to cyber-bullies in a case called AB v Bragg Communications Inc, 2012 SCC 46. Background The rise of social media platforms has had a drastic impact on the way people communicate. Facebook, the social media market leader, now has roughly…

Some useful re-reading…

Since the PLE Team and its supervising lawyer have been taking a few weeks of vacation, we suggest that you check out some of our most popular blog posts from the past:Acting your age: Borrowed and fake I.D.Wizarding Law 101Leaving Home: When can i decide where to live?If you are still craving more JFCY info…