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Public Facebook Profiles Not Equivalent to Public Information Under PIPEDA

Canada - July 23 2018 In its most recent report of findings entitled "Company’s re-use of millions of Canadian Facebook user profiles violated privacy law," the Office of...

Éloïse Gratton.

Update to Québec’s Proposed Loyalty Program Rules

Canada - May 29 2018 In our previous bulletin Ontario and Québec Set to Update Legal Requirements on Loyalty Programs, we highlighted the recent legislative changes...

Alexandra M. Nicol.

Expectation of Privacy in Text Message Conversations More Stringent in Canada Than the U.S.

Canada - January 29 2018 Canada’s highest court, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "SCC"), recently decided in R. v. Marakah, 2017 SCC 59, ("Marakah") that Canadians have a...

Éloïse Gratton.

Québec’s French Language Requirements Still in Force for Business Publications Including Websites

Canada - January 25 2018 The Québec Charter of the French Language (the "French Charter") received a constitutional win following the recent decision in 156158 Canada inc. v...

Éloïse Gratton.

SCC Recognizes Expectation of Privacy in Text Message Conversations

Canada - December 13 2017 In the recent seminal decision R. v. Marakah, 2017 SCC 59, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "SCC") established that Canadians have a reasonable...

Éloïse Gratton.