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Loyalty vs. Freedom Of Expression: Who Wins The Battle In The Social Media Ring
It can no longer be ignored that social media is here to stay. It has deeply embedded itself into human interactions and the workplace has definitely not been spared.
Canada
7 Aug 2018
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You're So Vain , You Probably Think This Song Is...About You?
Two recent decisions out of Quebec reflect a trend in how arbitrators view social media postings by employees who are off-duty.
Canada
10 Oct 2017
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British Columbia Social Media Update
To assist employers, the Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia recently published an updated guideline.
Canada
11 Jul 2017
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Supreme Court Of Canada Confirms In Douez v. Facebook That A Business Cannot Contract Out Of Local Privacy Law
On June 23, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a decision on the enforceability of forum selection clauses in online contracts which will significantly affect the legal risks of businesses...
Canada
10 Jul 2017
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#NoMaterialInformation – CSA Provides Guidance On Social Media Use
Before sending out that next tweet or posting to a blog, hit the pause button and consider whether the timing and content pass muster. Reporting issuers and their representatives must take note of Staff Notice 51-348
Canada
13 Apr 2017
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Un employé qui fait des commentaires inappropriés sur Facebook s'expose à bien plus qu'un congédiement
Les congédiements pour des propos inappropriés tenus dans les médias sociaux sont en constante progression depuis les dernières années.
Canada
8 Nov 2016
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Inappropriate Statements Posted On Facebook By Employees Can Lead To Much More Than Their Dismissal
Dismissals as a result of inappropriate messages having been posted by employees on social media have been increasing in recent years.
Canada
6 Oct 2016
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Social Media Account Is A "Workplace": Lessons For Employers Who Tweet
Arbitrator Howe upheld the Union's grievance, but refused to order the TTC to shut down its Twitter account.
Canada
14 Sep 2016
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Social Media Account Is A "Workplace"
Arbitrator Howe upheld the Union's grievance, but refused to order the TTC to shut down its Twitter account.
Canada
2 Sep 2016
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Facebook Defamation Case Awards Significant Damages
Facebook users who angrily vent to online friends may think that they live in a magic bubble free of liability for defamation.
Canada
26 Apr 2016
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Case Note: Maison St-Patrice Inc. v Cusson, 2016 Qctat 482: Exclusion Of Facebook Snooping Evidence In Québec — A Minority View
This tribunal results from the merger, as of January 1, 2016, of the Labour Relations Board and of the Occupational Injuries Board.
Canada
4 Apr 2016
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Apple's Encryption Fight Against The U.S. Government Could Spill Into Canada
The principal suspect of the San Bernardino shooting created a password to lock his phone which has its data encrypted.
Canada
23 Feb 2016
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Cyberbullying/Distribution Of Intimate Images
Cyberbullying and other forms of harassment are an all too common part of online life.
Canada
22 Jan 2015
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When Should a Social Media Site, Such As Facebook, Take Active Steps To Address The Actions Of Imposters?
There is very little that can be done to stop somebody from setting up a fake site on social media such as Facebook. When it does happen, it can be difficult to have it taken down and even more difficult to undo the damage that may have been done to an individual or organization and their reputation.
Canada
19 Feb 2014
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Nova Scotia’s "Cyber-Safety Act"
On August 6, 2013 the Nova Scotia Cyber-safety Act was proclaimed. This legislation represents significant steps by Nova Scotia to address online bullying and, in the legislation’s words, "provide safer communities."
Canada
29 Oct 2013
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Loose Tweets Sink Ships
Or law firms, potentially. When word got out that JK Rowling, author of that overrated series of children's books about sorcery, had written The Cuckoo's Calling (ostensibly by one Robert Galbraith) there was speculation that Rowling or her publicists were behind the leak.
Canada
2 Aug 2013
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The Canadian Code Of Advertising Standards
A synopsis of a presentation given at BLG’s Marketing Law News Flashes Conference held on February 28, 2013.
Canada
8 Jul 2013
18
Promotions And Contests
The following is a synopsis of a presentation given at BLG’s Marketing Law News Flashes Conference held on February 28, 2013.
Canada
26 Jun 2013
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Social Media And Defamation
The increasing use of social media platforms to advertise or market businesses gives rise to some unique considerations for companies engaged in this activity.
Canada
24 Jun 2013
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Online Behavioural Advertising
A summary of a presentation given at BLG’s Marketing Law News Flashes Conference held on February 28, 2013.
Canada
24 Jun 2013
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