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Can you keep a secret? The courts recognize a new tort for public disclosure of private facts

Canada - February 2 2016 The common law related to privacy rights continues to evolve in Canada. Just a few weeks ago, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recognized a…

Co-authors: Mitch Koczerginski.


Cybersecurity - The Legal Landscape in Canada

Canada - January 11 2016 In Canada, data protection and cybersecurity are governed by a complex legal and regulatory framework. Failure to understand this framework and take…

Co-authors: Frank Palmay, Rohan Hill, Mitch Koczerginski.


Safe harbour not safe enough: data transfers from E.U. to U.S. out to sea

Canada, European Union, USA - October 16 2015 The transfer of personal information from the European Union (EU) to the United States (US), and potentially other non-EU nations, just became a lot…

Co-authors: Mitch Koczerginski.


Ashley Madison – a new era in privacy class actions for Canada?

Canada - October 5 2015 In recent years, the phrase "data breach" has firmly established its place in the public vernacular, and it is not difficult to understand why this…

Co-authors: Rohan Hill.


Access requests

Canada - July 30 2015 Individuals are becoming increasingly attentive to the manner in which organizations handle their personal information, as well as the activities of…

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