The Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s Draft on Online Reputation vis-a-vis PIPEDA.
Read More The Privacy Commissioner’s Draft Proposals on Online Reputation under PIPEDA
On October 26, 2017, the Nova Scotia legislature passed into law the Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act . This law is geared to take aim at modern day bullying.
Read More Nova Scotia Takes Another Swing at Curbing Modern Day Bullying: Intimate Images and Cyber-Protection Act
The Ontario Superior Court adopts the Tort of Harassment setting a lower threshold for mental damages.
Read More The Tort of Harassment
This Blog discusses a recent decision in which social engineering of an employee to transfer funds to a fraudulent party was not covered by a crime insurance policy.
Read More Social Engineering Bank Fraud May Not Be Covered by Your Business Insurance Policy
This blog delves into health information regulation in Canada and its relationship with intrusion upon seclusion.
Read More Health Information Regulation and Intrusion Upon Seclusion
The Tort of Public Disclosure of Embarrassing Private Facts: Does it Exist and Where is it Going?
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The Ontario Court of Appeal sets out a new privacy tort for the modern world (probably decades late)
Read More Intrusion Upon Seclusion
Compare the province’s statutory torts and damages
Read More Statutory Privacy Torts
PIPEDA provides a statutory path for an applicant to receive damages via s 16(c)
Read More Damages Through PIPEDA