Ultimately, creating a vibrant and livable city requires that the pace of development be like a leisurely stroll, where one periodically stops and looks back to see how one is doing. The pace should be measured and considered. If the path recently traveled was rocky or caused injury, the pace should permit time to reflect and change direction to find a better way. We must tread carefully lest we inadvertently destroy something that is important and irreplaceable to the character of the city.
Since May 25, 2018, a new European privacy law, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires compliance by any business, regardless of size, if the business has a presence in the EU, offers goods or services to EU residents, or tracks the behavior of EU residents. On May 24, 2018, the Canadian Office of … Continue reading European Privacy Directive Lands on Canadian Shores