News in Consumer Law
Canadians concerned about their online privacy have a new way to find out whether their telecom provider is collecting information about them and sharing it with third parties like government entities.
A criminal lawyer lists the ways the latest Supreme Court ruling will affect our privacy.
CLEO est heureuse de lancer Espace francophone, une section du site web Your Legal Rights destinée à ses utilisateurs et utilisatrices de langue française. CLEO is pleased to launch Espace francophone, a new French section of the Your Legal Rights website for francophone users.
Supreme Court's historic decision on warrantless disclosures is huge win for Canadian privacy, means govt's Bill C-13 is unconstitutional in current form
The SC decision means that highly controversial and unpopular warrantless disclosure provisions in the government’s Online Spying Bill C-13 are unconstitutional.
As a general rule, police are not permitted to disrupt users' anonymity by asking Internet companies for information on their consumers without a judge’s authorization, the Supreme Court said Friday.
The percentage of Canadian businesses collecting customers' personal information has sharply increased over the last seven years, a new survey for Ottawa's privacy watchdog reveals.
Ann Cavoukian says her office will focus on improving hospital audits to ensure unauthorized access to private patient records is quickly detected.
The Legal motion is to stop the sharing of information around Ontarians' mental health history.
A major privacy breach is being investigated by Ontario's privacy commissioner after the contact information of thousands of new mothers was leaked to companies that were allegedly paying off hospital employees.