Privacy and data

Accessing employees’ private conversation found on work computer breached privacy rights: Ont. court

Accessing employees’ private conversation found on work computer breached privacy rights: Ont. court

The employees had every reason to expect that their conversation was and would remain private: court

Privacy commissioner supports call to regulate use of facial recognition technology by police

Privacy commissioner supports call to regulate use of facial recognition technology by police

Commissioner stressed key elements of new guidelines in her speech before federal committee

Privacy commissioner urges Ontario government to amend proposed electronic monitoring legislation

Privacy commissioner urges Ontario government to amend proposed electronic monitoring legislation

Amendments to ensure transparency and protection of workers' privacy

Adjudicator upholds order denying adoptee’s request to obtain information about birth parents

Adjudicator upholds order denying adoptee’s request to obtain information about birth parents

Adoptee alleged that his adoption is not an adoption matter but a 'historical matter'

LEAF and Citizen Lab call for immediate moratorium on police use of AI unless minimum standards met

LEAF and Citizen Lab call for immediate moratorium on police use of AI unless minimum standards met

Police use of AI technologies must not be seen as inevitable: LEAF and Citizen Lab

Court refuses to exclude evidence gathered in execution of search warrant covering applicant's home

Court refuses to exclude evidence gathered in execution of search warrant covering applicant's home

Issue is whether search warrant and applicant's arrest should have been authorized