Crowdsourcing The Investigation Technology Crime & Electronic Evidence Osgoode Hall Toronto

2:45pm Dec1/2012 From Osgoode Hall of York University, Toronto

Social Networking Media: Crowd Sourcing the Investigation

Cst. Scott Mills, Corporate Communications, Social Media Officer, Toronto Police Service

Steven Johnston, Crown Prosecutor, Special Prosecutions Branch, Alberta Justice

• Social networking as part of the electronic footprint of a criminal case

• Discovery of evidence

• Understanding the digital profile of your witness

• Using essential “old school” investigative techniques

Complete Agenda of Event

Susheel Gupta, Vice-Chairperson, and Acting Chairperson and CEO, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

Investigation and Drafting Issues in Cases Involving Electronic Evidence

Cst. Bruce Hunter, Guelph Police Service, Technological Crimes Unit

Randy Schwartz, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

James Whiting, Counsel, Organized Crime Section, Public Prosecution Service of Canada, Vancouver, B.C.

• Technical challenges in the execution of the electronic search

• Drafting considerations in an Information to Obtain involving computers

• When is more than one Warrant required?

• Tips and techniques in navigating multiple Warrants

Search and Seizure Part 1

The Forensics: Latest Tools and Technology

Daniel Embury, Senior Forensic Hardware Engineer, R&D

Team Leader, Technical Analysis Team, Technological Crime

Branch Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Corey M. Fotheringham, Associate Partner, Forensic &

Dispute Services, Analytic & Forensic Technology, National

Leader – Computer Forensics & eDiscovery Services, Deloitte

Scott K. Fenton, Fenton, Smith Barristers

• Step-by-step review of a typical computer search and seizure

• Segregation of information

• Avoiding over seizure

• How to deal with Part VI Criminal Code Invasion of Privacy issues; cloud information, Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty “MLAT” and Production Orders

• Emerging technologies and investigative techniques

Search and Seizure Part 2

The Law: Latest Cases and Hot Button Issues

Scott C. Hutchison, Stockwoods LLP

Steven Johnston, Crown Prosecutor, Special Prosecutions Branch, Alberta Justice

Susan Magotiaux, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office – Criminal

Joseph Di Luca, Di Luca Copeland LLP Barristers

Keynote Address

“Implications of Transnational Computer Searches”

Susan W. Brenner, NCR Distinguished Professor of Law& Technology, University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio

Disclosure

The Hon. Justice Joseph F. Kenkel, Ontario Court of Justice

Robert W. Hubbard, Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario), Crown Law Office — Criminal

Michael Lacy, Lacy Wilkinson LLP

• Making sure disclosure is meaningful

• How electronic disclosure is currently handled and how can it be improved?

• How does defence counsel deal with large-sized disclosure packages?

• A practical guide to presenting the evidence in Court and avoiding pitfalls

Blurred Boundaries, Collapsed Contexts: The Ethical Challenges of Social Media

Dr. Avner Levin, Director, Privacy & Cyber Crime Institute Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University

• New technologies and the challenges they pose

• Privacy and ethics online

• Ethical principles of social media use

• Applying principles to practice:

– the legal profession

– the employer

– people in authority

• Suggested guidelines for employers and staff

Roundtable Discussion: New and Proposed Federal Government Crime Legislation

Moderators

Susheel Gupta, Vice-Chairperson, and Acting Chairperson and CEO, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

Steven Johnston, Crown Prosecutor, Special Prosecutions Branch, Alberta Justice

Panellists

Daniel A. MacRury, Q.C., Chief Crown Attorney (Cape Breton Region), Public Prosecution Service of Nova Scotia

Karen Audcent, Senior Counsel, Justice Canada, Criminal Law Policy Section

Frank Addario, Addario Law Group

These speakers of undoubtedly divergent views will discuss and debate the latest crime bills relating to the use of technology.

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