Tag Archives: Danielle T. Gauer

Unconventional Pirates: A New Label For Anti-Whaling Activists

BY DANIELLE T. GAUER – “You don’t need a peg leg or an eye patch. When you ram ships; hurl glass containers of acid; drag metal-reinforced ropes in the water to damage propellers and rudders; launch smoke bombs and flares with hooks; and point high-powered lasers at other ships, you are, without a doubt, a […]

Plugging the “Magic Pipe”: Keeping Pollution Out of Our Oceans

BY DANIELLE T. GAUER – Oil pollution resulting from maritime disasters continues to spark concern for coastal states as the damage from oil that is discharged into waters is threatening all facets of the marine environment. This is despite the fact that it wasn’t until the 1970s when practice changed from using the world’s oceans to […]

The Effect of Canada’s New Anti-Spam Legislation on U.S. Businesses

BY DANIELLE T. GAUER – On July 1, 2014, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (“CASL”) took effect four years after Bill C-28 received royal assent.[1] The purpose and intention of the law is to deter the sending of “spam” mail or unsolicited electronic messages that can harm individuals, businesses, and network providers.[2] The dangers of spam mail are […]