Mondaq Canada: Privacy
Torkin Manes LLP
On Feb. 27, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced that operators of the video networking app Musical.ly (now known as TikTok), had agreed to pay US$5.7 million to settle allegations that they had illegally collected ...
Herzog Fox & Neeman
Any breach of the reporting rules obligations may result in the business being charged with an offence, which could result in a fine of up to CAD 100,000.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Canada's federal PIPEDA imposes obligations on private sector organizations that suffer a breach of security safeguards affecting personal information under their control.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
PIPEDA regulates the collection, use and disclosure of "personal information" in the course of a "commercial activity" by private sector organizations in all provinces and territories
Fasken
Many people share computers, either within their home or at work. What control do they have over these computers, which they may not even own? Do they still have a privacy interest in the computer contents?
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) published its annual report on February 28, 2019, covering the period from May 25, 2018 ...
Devry Smith Frank LLP
Most, if not all, of us can likely agree that it is wrong to film someone without their consent. We can also probably agree that it is even more wrong when the filming is sexual in nature.
Dentons
Privacy law has been a fast-evolving field for some years now, and 2019 should be no exception. Building on developments in 2018, here are the top trends we expect to see this year that will affect Canadian businesses
Field LLP
Though it emerges in a criminal law context, the new decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 is likely to have an impact on future cases that consider the scope of an individual's privacy interest, whether in the criminal or civil sphere.
McInnes Cooper
On February 14, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada decided yet another criminal law decision that will likely have broader ramifications for privacy law
Lenczner Slaght LLP
In R v Jarvis, the Supreme Court of Canada ("Court") convicted a high school teacher of voyeurism under section 162(1)(c) of the Criminal Code.
Dentons
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released a significant decision that both expands occupiers' liability for violence on their premises, and affirms a new privacy tort that censures
McInnes Cooper
The decision will likely generate a more nuanced discussion about expectations of privacy in places that are generally public.
Aird & Berlis LLP
The students were not aware that they were being recorded, nor did they consent to the recordings.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
La question du droit d'un employé d'examiner les renseignements contenus dans son dossier personnel est d'une importance pratique pour les employeurs.
Torys LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada's decision in R v. Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 (Jarvis) establishes a robust approach to individual privacy rights.
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
Dare to Compete is the largest manufacturing conference on the prairies. With more than 300 attendees, 85 companies and participation from front-line supervisors to the C-Suite, the conference has something for everyone.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In a recent decision, the Quebec Court of Appeal declared the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act (the "Act"), adopted by the federal Parliament and which came into force on May 4, 2017
MacDonald & Associates
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") is the federal privacy law for private-sector organizations.
Aird & Berlis LLP
For the last number of years, Ponemon Institute has published reports on data breaches. The latest report, "2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview" (the "Report"), is worth the read.
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In addition to ensuring their compliance with Canada's new federal mandatory data breach and breach-of-security-safeguards reporting requirements under the private sector Personal Information Protection and EDA...
Stikeman Elliott LLP
One area of practical importance to employers is an employee's right to examine material contained in his or her personnel file.
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Lenczner Slaght LLP
In R v Jarvis, the Supreme Court of Canada ("Court") convicted a high school teacher of voyeurism under section 162(1)(c) of the Criminal Code.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Canada's federal PIPEDA imposes obligations on private sector organizations that suffer a breach of security safeguards affecting personal information under their control.
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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
PIPEDA regulates the collection, use and disclosure of "personal information" in the course of a "commercial activity" by private sector organizations in all provinces and territories
Field LLP
Though it emerges in a criminal law context, the new decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 is likely to have an impact on future cases that consider the scope of an individual's privacy interest, whether in the criminal or civil sphere.
Dentons
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released a significant decision that both expands occupiers' liability for violence on their premises, and affirms a new privacy tort that censures
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