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Privacy
In October 2016, the data analytics company Geofeedia made headlines when the California chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) issued the results of a major study which sought to determine the extent to which police services in California were using social media data analytics. These analytics were based upon geo-referenced information posted by ordinary individuals to social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook. Information of this kind is treated as “public” in…

An Ontario small claims court judge has found in favour of a plaintiff who argued that her privacy rights were violated when a two-second video clip of her jogging on a public path was used by the defendant media company in a sales video for a real-estate development client. The plaintiff testified that she had been jogging so as to lose the weight that she had gained after having children. She became aware of the…

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