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1 Data Breach Prevention and the Canadian Consumer 2021/01/01
2 The On-Demand Consumer 2021/01/01
3 Influencer Marketing: Advertising in the Age of Social Media 2021/01/01
4 Unlimited… really?: Are consumers adequately protected? 2017/01/01
5 Are Business’ Support Forums Reliable? 2018/01/01
6 Native Advertising: Information or Illusion? 2018/01/01
7 Discounts at What Cost? Communication Services and Promotional Pricing: A Closer Look 2018/01/01
8 Regulating distance contracts: Time to take stock 2014/01/01
9 Limited usage of mobile internet access services: Informing and protecting consumers 2013/01/01
10 Download limits: A necessary evil? (in French only) 2014/01/01
11 Radio Frequency Identification and Privacy: Shopping into Surveillance 2005/01/01
12 Household Internet use survey 2001/01/01
13 The Digital Divide 2002/01/01
14 Getting connected or staying unplugged: the growing use of computer communications services 1999/01/01
15 Consumer protection rights in Canada in the context of electronic commerce 1999/01/01
16 E-commerce: Household shopping on the Internet 2003/01/01
17 Impact of mobile point-of-sale payments apps on consumer privacy 2016/01/01
18 Dynamic Pricing – Can consumers achieve the benefits they expect 2017/01/01
19 Classifieds Websites and Used Car Purchases in Canada: Would Government Regulation Better Protect Consumers? 2013/01/01
20 Social Network Site Privacy - A comparative analysis of six sites 2009/01/01
21 Canadian Perspectives on Cloud Computing and Consumers 2011/01/01
22 Canadian Consumers: Online Reputations, Awareness, Misuse and Repair 2011/01/01
23 Assurances sur Internet (in French only) 2002/01/01
24 Consumer Issues with lnternet Service: Is Industry Self-Regulation Working? 2004/01/01
25 Are You Sure You Want to Continue? Consumer Authentication at the Crossroads 2008/01/01
26 Kids for Sale: Online Privacy and Marketing 2009/01/01
27 Staying Neutral: Canadian Consumers and the Fight for Net Neutrality 2009/01/01
28 Do Smartphones Make for Smarter Consumers? 2012/01/01
29 Spyware - Looking out for the Consumers 2006/01/01
30 Should Consumers Trust "Trusted Computing"? 2005/01/01
31 Unravelling webs of uncertainty: What an internet code could mean for Canadian consumers 2019/01/01
32 Saving and investing using Fintech: How to harmonize innovation and consumer protection 2019/01/01
33 Consumer-related Copyright Issues on the Internet of Things: A Study of Connected Objects Available to Canadian Consumers 2020/01/01
34 Paying a Premium: Consumers and Mobile Premium Services 2011/01/01
35 Consumer Attitudes and Their Role in Reducing the Impact of Counterfeit and Pirated Goods and Services 2019/01/01
36 Penny Auction Website Issues 2012/01/01
37 A Charter of Rights for Internet Users: For a Canadian Perspective 2019/01/01
38 The digital divide: The cost in terms of time, money and complexity of being an unwired consumer 2013/01/01
39 A Virtual Fortune: Consumer Protection for Banking and Consumer Fraud in Virtual Worlds 2011/01/01
40 Assessing the Emergence of "Alternative" Currencies and Legal Risk: The Consumers Perspective 2018/01/01
41 Insurance price comparison websites: Are they an effective tool 2018/01/01
42 Do Tradition and Innovation Mix? The benefits and risks of peer-to-peer insurance for consumers 2018/01/01
43 Changes to prices advertised online: Analysis of business practices and the legal framework in Canada 2018/01/01
44 Silence is consent: Opting out of the Digital Age 2018/01/01
45 A Bargain or a technical problem? Pricing errors in Canada's e-commerce 2018/01/01
46 Sharing Economy. Canadians Perspective. 2017/01/01
47 Paying for oblivion: legal and commercial aspects of the right to be forgotten in Canada 2016/01/01
48 All in the Data Family: Children's Privacy Online 2008/01/01
49 Off the Grid: Pinpointing Location-based Technologies and the Law 2015/01/01
50 How Free is “Free”?: Setting limits on the collection of personal information for online behavioural advertising? 2015/01/01
51 The views of Canadians on the harmonization of consumer protection standards 2015/01/01
52 Integrated purchases in apps and online games – consumer challenges 2016/01/01
53 Speeding up electronic bill payment: a consumer perspective 2016/01/01
54 No consumer left behind part II.... 2016/01/01
55 Shopping for Consumer Protection: Current Jurisdictional Issues 2013/01/01
56 The Privacy Box: Enabling Consumer Choice and Meaningful Consent in Online Privacy 2017/01/01
57 A "Do Not Track List" for Canada? 2009/01/01
58 Point of No Return: Consumer Experiences Returning Online Purchases 2011/01/01
59 Is Broadband Basic Service? 2010/01/01
60 Transparency in Broadband Advertising to Canadian Consumers 2012/01/01
61 Personal loans via Internet platforms: a financial service of the future? 2010/01/01
62 Whitelisting for Cyber Security: What It Means for Consumers 2010/01/01
63 The end-user licence: do you accept all of the conditions? 2010/01/01
64 Vulnerable Families as E-Consumers: Current Attitudes, Behaviours and Barriers to E-Information 2010/01/01
65 Electronic Health Records: Controlling Personal Health Data in Computerized Medical Records (in French only) 2010/01/01
66 L'autographe et l'étranger : les mystères de l'identité dans le monde virtuel (in French only) 2003/01/01
67 Pilot project: Canadian Code of Practice for Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce 2003/01/01
68 Spam: history, perceptions, solutions 2004/01/01
69 Pris dans la toile : les consommateurs canadiens et les contrats proposés par les fournisseurs de services Internet (in French only) 2004/01/01
70 National security and privacy in financial services in Canada (in French only) 2008/01/01
71 The Consumers Interest in VoIP 2006/01/01
72 The Consumer Interest in the World Summit on the Information Society 2006/01/01
73 La téléphonie IP : une véritable concurrence dans le marché canadien (in French only) 2005/01/01
74 Canadian Code of Practice for Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce 2004/01/01
75 Confusion and devaluation: the Canadian system of credit card cash advances (in French only) 2006/01/01
76 Combattre le pourriel (in French only) 2005/01/01
77 De la théorie à la réalité : Mise en place d'un organisme de certification (in French only) 2004/01/01
78 Spam: Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail 2008/01/01
79 Consumer Issues in Electronic Contracting 2005/01/01
80 Online Consumer Protection: a Study on Regulatory Jurisdiction in Canada 2001/01/01
81 Feasibility studies for new standards relating to consumers and electronic commerce 2000/01/01
82 Towards more efficient Canadian banking legislation: the challenge (in French only) 2006/01/01
83 International Consumer Advocacy in Electronic Commerce: Report on Accomplishments 2000/01/01
84 Third Party Assurance for Consumers in Electronic Commerce 2000/01/01
85 How to Pay the Piper: A Primer on Additional Charges to Consumers in Canada for Paper Billing 2014/01/01
86 No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Consumer Contracts and “Free” Services 2013/01/01
87 Is There a There There? Toward Greater Certainty for Internet Jurisdiction 2001/01/01
88 Les jeunes sur l'Internet : étude sur les problématiques commerciales posées par le Web (in French only) 2005/01/01
89 Analyzing the Feasibility of Creating an Electronic Commerce Site Certification Program 2001/01/01
90 Data Breaches: Worth Noticing? 2011/01/01
91 Virtual debit cards and consumer protection 2014/01/01
92 Principles of consumer protection for electronic commerce and supporting documentation - A Canadian framework 1999/01/01
93 Summary of Proceedings - Consumers, Electronic Commerce and Standards Workshop 1999/01/01
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