by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.   

The Vast Ripple Effect of Traffic Slowdowns

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Think we’re not all connected?  Think there are enough peninsulas, channels, inlets, and deltas in the BC lower mainland to keep traffic bottlenecks from ricocheting throughout the system?  The infamous Lions Gate Bridge ‘bump’ has at least disabused us of this notion.

Finding a Place to Park

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As the sharing economy evolves, each new ‘app’ for another ‘niche’ seems more obvious than the last: first Airbnb for accommodation sharing, then Uber for ride sharing, and now ‘Rover’ for parking space sharing. Developed by two Toronto entrepreneurs, Rover focuses on connecting drivers with owners of private parking spaces, “…as the airBNB of parking. Giving you access to privately shared spaces at great rates. Exposing sharing and friendliness all across the country.”

A New and Innovative Alternative to Traditional Taxi Service

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Five years ago, Uber was a start-up technology company beta-testing its ‘Uber mobile app’ in its home city of San Francisco.

Automobile Manufacturing: Not an Easy Business

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Another week, and we are told that there is a Fiat-Chrysler precedent-setting recall announcement: the highest penalty yet imposed by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) on a car manufacturer for mishandling recalls. In 2014, General Motors paid $35 million for failing to notify regulators in a timely manner and failing for a decade to recall about 2.6 million small cars with faulty ignition switches linked to at least 124 deaths. At the end of that same year, Honda Motor Co.

Control of Car Taken Over by Computer Hackers

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On Friday, July 24, 2015, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV formally recalled 1.4 million vehicles equipped with Uconnect dashboard computers that are vulnerable to hacking. It did this in response to a Wired magazine report about an experiment by the report’s author, Andy Greenberg and two famous hackers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, who reportedly from a laptop 10 miles away took control of a Jeep that Mr.Greenberg was driving.


Cedric Hughes

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