Category Archives: ThinSkull Collaborative Blog

Did you know that what you post on Facebook can be used as evidence in a lawsuit?

According to a non-peer-reviewed study of 721 million active Facebook users, released by Facebook in collaboration with the Università degli Studi di Milano, on Facebook, there is only 4.74 degrees of separation rather than the familiar adage of “six degrees of…

What’s the difference between a indictable and summary conviction offence in Canadian law?

Under the Criminal Code of Canada, there are three types of offences: summary conviction offences, indictable offences, and those offences where the Crown may elect to proceed by summary conviction or by indictment.  For those types of Crown election offences,…