Privacy and data

13 in every 100,000 travellers passing the border had digital devices examined, CBSA says

13 in every 100,000 travellers passing the border had digital devices examined, CBSA says

A recent OPC investigation found multiple breaches of the Customs Act, as well as CBSA’s own internal policy

How lawyers brought down internet trolls — without ever uncovering their identities

How lawyers brought down internet trolls — without ever uncovering their identities

How do you sue someone you can’t identify?

Deluge of information access requests are overloading local commissioners

Deluge of information access requests are overloading local commissioners

The Access to Information Act received royal assent earlier this year

Privacy Commissioner responds to Amnesty International critique of Ontario’s information freedom act

Privacy Commissioner responds to Amnesty International critique of Ontario’s information freedom act

Amnesty lamented systemic problems plaguing FOI requests after unrest in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

Access to justice week agenda: Indigenous law, legal aid funds, big data and self-reps

Access to justice week agenda: Indigenous law, legal aid funds, big data and self-reps

TAG to hold its 4th annual access to justice week from Oct. 28 to Nov. 1.

Does solicitor-client privilege protect information shared with a legal app?

Does solicitor-client privilege protect information shared with a legal app?

Law society regulation, privacy law studied in direct-to-consumer legal apps