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Ontario Court Of Appeal Summaries (July 8 – 12, 2019)
In Dermann v. Baker, 2019 ONCA 584, the Court considered the qualifying of certain witnesses as experts for the purposes of r. 53.03 of the Rules of Civil Procedure
Canada
23 Jul 2019
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Privacy Laws Are For Everyone
Perusing the daily news could give anyone the idea that only the big players like Google and Facebook and the likes of Bell and Air Canada have to bother with privacy laws.
Canada
10 Jun 2019
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Cyber Class Action Exposure In Canada
The Canadian insurance market is awakening to the need for cyberinsurance against data loss and privacy breach events.
Canada
1 May 2019
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Summaries (April 8 – 12, 2019)
Below are summaries of the civil decisions released by the Court of Appeal for Ontario this week.
Canada
30 Apr 2019
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Fitness Trackers: From Solving Crime To Substantiating Injuries
Fitness trackers, such as the Fitbit or the Apple watch, are becoming increasingly popular. Users typically wear them for 24 hours a day, and rely on them to monitor their activity,diet and even sleep
Canada
12 Oct 2018
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Court Of Appeal Summaries (July 30-August 3)
There were only three substantive civil decisions released by the Ontario Court of Appeal this week.
Canada
9 Aug 2018
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New EU General Data Protection Regulation Promises Marked Impact On Canadian Business
There has been a recent flood of privacy notifications received from companies updating applicable privacy policies to comply with the European Union's (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation
Canada
9 Jul 2018
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Privacy Regulation And Emerging Risks For Insurers
On April 9th 2018 87 million people around the globe were notified that the personal information contained on their Facebook profiles had been accessed without their consent. ...
Canada
13 Jun 2018
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Removing Offending Content From The Internet Just Became Harder
The Supreme Court of Canada clearly came down on the side of favouring freedom of the press and expression over the importance of protecting the privacy rights of victims of crime.
Canada
13 Feb 2018
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U.S. Customs And Border Protection Updates Policy On Border Searches Of Electronic Devices
On January 4, 2018, United States Customs and Border Protection ("USCBP") updated its official policy on border searches of electronic devices.
Canada
10 Jan 2018
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From Bricks And Mortar To Data And Privacy
The litigation landscape is shifting in Canada, and a new breed of litigation claims is emerging – the data/privacy claim.
Canada
22 Aug 2017
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Variety Of Protections Open To Businesses Exposed To "Panama Papers" – Type Data Breaches
The recent "Panama Papers" scandal is a timely example of the impact that a data breach can have on high net worth individuals, businesses and law firms.
Canada
7 Jun 2016
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Court Of Appeal Summaries (March 29-April 1, 2016)
There was only one civil decision released by the Court of Appeal this week long enough to summarize.
Canada
10 Apr 2016
14
Invasion Of Privacy Claims Expanding -- Business Should Take Note
In the judiciary's constant effort to keep pace with new technology and privacy concerns, a recent Ontario Superior Court decision in Jane Doe 464533 v. N.D has provided citizens with more privacy protection.
Canada
31 Mar 2016
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Background Checks On Prospective Employees Limited By New Law To Take Effect Later This Year
A new Ontario law limiting the types of information that can be obtained by employers in police background checks of prospective employees is slated to take effect later this year.
Canada
9 Mar 2016
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"Psychometric" Tests Can Help In Hiring, Managing Staff But Employers Must Note Potential Practical And Legal Issues
Employers use many tools in assessing potential applicants, such as reviewing resumes, performing reference checks and conducting interviews.
Canada
4 Dec 2015
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Public Disclosure Of Private Facts: Recent Privacy Law Decisions
Does the common law of Ontario recognize a right to a civil action for damages for invasion of personal privacy?
Canada
13 Oct 2015
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A Million Reasons To Comply -- CRTC Issues $1.1 Million Penalty Against Training Firm For Anti-Spam Law Violations
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has issued its largest fine ever as a result of violations under Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
Canada
3 Jun 2015
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Blurred Lines: Mobile Devices In The Workplace
The blending of work and personal use on a single device raises a number of employment and privacy related issues.
Canada
24 Apr 2015
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Recent Developments In Canadian Privacy Law And CGL Coverage
As in many other jurisdictions, Canadian law has struggled to keep pace with electronic and technological change.
Canada
11 Mar 2015
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