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A double-take on double-tracking: Takeaways from the privacy investigation into the Tim Hortons’ app

Canada, Global - June 9 2022 A recent investigation report into Tim Hortons, co-authored by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (“OPC“), Commission d’accès à…

Titli Datta

Dealing with employees’ off-duty conduct

Canada - June 8 2022 Employers are increasingly faced with public pressure to discipline employees who engage in offensive conduct or who post offensive content online…

Is refusing to get vaccinated just cause for termination in the non-unionized workplace?

Canada - November 9 2021 As workplaces around the country implement employee vaccination policies in response to the pandemic, the obvious question arises of what can be done…

Responding to cyber-attacks - lessons for Saskatchewan municipalities from recent data breaches

Canada - August 20 2020 Privacy concerns are at the forefront of our increasingly digital world, with cybercrime such as ransomware, business email compromise and phishing…

Troy Baril, David Krebs, Jacey Safnuk

Privacy Commissioners: Privacy laws not a barrier to effective COVID-19 response, emphasize compliance when using contact tracing apps

Australia, Canada, USA - May 12 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented challenge for federal and provincial governments and other public health organizations in Canada…

David Krebs