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Thursday, April 26 • 14:00 - 14:45
Terrorist Lunch Money: The Law Responds to the Rise of Cryptocurrencies

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Whether it’s a bubble or the new world order, the recent rise in the value of Bitcoin has forced governments to grapple with the reality of cryptocurrencies and their implications for the economy and society. What is Bitcoin, legally?Is it cash?Is it a commodity?Can I take it across the border?Is it terrorist lunch money?I’ll explore the current legal status of cryptocurrencies in Canada, and abroad, and discuss where the law is headed in cryptocurrency regulation in an age of techno-panic and uncertainty.

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Anna Manley

Principal Lawyer, Manley Law Inc.
Anna Manley is an internet and privacy lawyer based in Sydney, NS. She is the principal of Manley Law Inc. and founder of Advocate Cognitive Technologies Inc. Anna advises companies and individuals on all things law and tech related.

Thursday April 26, 2018 14:00 - 14:45 ADT
Track 1 - Ballroom B1/B2