Teresa Scassa - Blog

Privacy
Do you have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the data recorded by your car’s airbag sensing diagnostic module (SDM)? Did you even know your car has an SDM? Two recent court cases highlight important privacy issues related to this technology – and by extension to technology embedded into other consumer products that is capable of recording user information. Both R. v. Hamilton from the Ontario Supreme Court and R. v. Fedan from the BC…

The Quebec Court of Appeal has released its decision in Trudeau c. AD4 Distribution Canada inc., a case that balances the freedom of expression with the protection of privacy and dignity. This is an increasingly important theme in privacy case law in Canada; it was at the heart of a recent Supreme Court of Canada decision, albeit in a different context. In Trudeau, the appellant, Stéfanie Trudeau had launched a law suit against the defendant…

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