Privacy and data

Do mandatory COVID-19 tests breach the Charter?

Do mandatory COVID-19 tests breach the Charter?

CCF considers whether swab tests violate right against unreasonable search or seizure

Provincial private sector privacy law being considered in provincial consultation

Provincial private sector privacy law being considered in provincial consultation

Privacy protections being considered would put Ontario in line with international standards: lawyer

Court of Appeal rules seizure of past text messages constitutional

Court of Appeal rules seizure of past text messages constitutional

With texts now more common than phone calls, privacy protections should adapt with the times: lawyer

Patricia Kosseim shares her priorities as the new information and privacy commissioner

Patricia Kosseim shares her priorities as the new information and privacy commissioner

Kosseim hopes her experience in public, private, health sectors will help with COVID-19 issues

Ontario emergency order lacks accountability on data collection, says law professor

Ontario emergency order lacks accountability on data collection, says law professor

Provincial government’s COVID-19 response escalated amid large-scale concern about privacy law

Technological tracing in immigration law offers cautionary tale amid COVID-19, says professor

Technological tracing in immigration law offers cautionary tale amid COVID-19, says professor

Human rights concerns stem from border closures, contact tracing, says U of T law professor