Citation: Mooting the reformation of Canadian privacy laws

We would like to refer readers to an excellent article from the blog of Michael Geist an authoritative academic from the University of Ottowa, tackling privacy law issues in Canada. The piece considers recent movements by the Canadian Privacy Comissioner in legislative reform and the importance of robust and consistent enforcement of privacy laws.


We will be posting Part III of our series exploring the concept of privacy under English law shortly. This focuses on children’s right to privacy (from a case brought by JK Rowling), the retention of data and development of the key “reasonable expectation of privacy” test from the Campbell case.

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