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Updating it and BYOD policies to reflect CASL software notification requirements

  • Bennett Jones LLP
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  • Canada
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  • November 24 2014

On January 15, 2015, the software provisions in Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) will come into force, creating significant prohibitions and

Privacy rights for Alberta private sector employees continued

  • Miller Thomson LLP
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  • Canada
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  • November 21 2014

On October 30, the Supreme Court of Canada granted the Government of Alberta a six month extension to amend the Personal Information Protection Act

Privacy claims in the workplace

  • Miller Thomson LLP
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  • Canada
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  • November 10 2014

Recently, headlines have been dominated by the high-profile termination of Jian Ghomeshi from CBC. Mr. Ghomeshi has claimed that CBC misused his

Doing business in Canada - a practical guide

  • Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
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  • Canada
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  • November 3 2014

The progressive global liberalization of international trade and investment has generated new opportunities to expand business activities across

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) a primer for employers

  • McMillan LLP
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  • Canada
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  • September 25 2014

The development of portable technology has dramatically altered the relationship between professional and personal life. On a morning commute to the

Privacy law litigation in Ontario - from the bank to the hospital and beyond

  • Davis LLP
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  • Canada
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  • September 22 2014

Health information is generally regarded as among the most sensitive of personal information. Even members of the Millennial Generation, who

Acceptable use of technology policies: how to manage employee privacy expectations with respect to personal use of school technology

  • Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
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  • Canada, USA
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  • September 8 2014

When school employees are permitted to use their work computers for personal purposes, they are entitled to a reasonable expectation of privacy

Hiring, paying and managing employees is not a “commercial activity” under Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act

  • Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
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  • Canada
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  • August 26 2014

On July 16, 2014, Alberta's Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner issued an order (Order P2014-05) in which the Adjudicator considered

US district court denies antitrust class settlement proposal

  • Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
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  • Canada, USA
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  • August 14 2014

The Court's authority to supervise class proceedings is uniquely and often forcefully exercised when deciding whether to approve or reject proposed

Preparing for the office snoop: protect employee privacy and limit your liability

  • Stewart McKelvey
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  • Canada
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  • August 1 2014

Advances in technology have brought privacy issues to the forefront of Canadian society, and the workplace is no exception. Employers need to