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Does The Public Have The Right To Know Who The Top Billing Doctors Are?
The public has a right to know the names of Ontario's top billing doctors, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled on August 3, 3018 in Ontario Medical Association v. Ontario (Information and Privacy Commissioner).
Canada
15 Aug 2018
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Canada's Privacy Commissioner Recommends European-Style "Right To Be Forgotten"
Recently, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) released an important draft Position on Online Reputation (paper).
Canada
9 Feb 2018
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Ontario Court Finds Cellphone Tower "Metadata" Is Private
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Court) recently ruled in R. v. Rogers Communications that broad cellphone "tower dump" production orders are unconstitutional as unreasonable seizures...
Canada
22 Jan 2016
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Warrant Required To Produce Internet Usage Information To Police: Supreme Court
In a landmark decision, R. v. Spencer, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in Internet usage information.
Canada
17 Jun 2014
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Private-Sector Information Provided To Government At Risk Of Disclosure
Private-sector entities regularly provide confidential information to government for a host of reasons – regulatory filings, responses to requests for proposals, contractual negotiations and others.
Canada
19 Dec 2013
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Recognizes New Privacy Tort
In a landmark decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal has recognized the existence of a tort of invasion of privacy in a decision released January 18, 2012.
Canada
12 Feb 2012
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