Radio-Canada - Téléjournal interviews Montréal lawyer Antoine Aylwin in a report on data protection.
“You have to remember one thing: if it is free, it is risky. It’s as simple as that. Because if it’s free, they are going to expect something in return,” stressed Antoine Aylwin, a partner at Fasken Martineau. He added that if it is free, there is going to be less investment in security.
“We have to realize that when we are on a free wireless network, when we use a feature, when a free app takes our information, there is something given in return. Am I prepared to take that risk? That is the question you have to ask yourself.”