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Friday, 26 September 2014 10:20

All Fun and Games Until Somebody Loses a Statute

Written by Teresa Scassa
A year ago in November, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Alberta‚Äôs Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) on the basis that it violated freedom of expression guaranteed by s. 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom. It did so by not appropriately striking the balance between the rights of striking works to express themselves in the context of a labour dispute and the privacy rights of others. In Information and Privacy Commissioner…

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 07:07

Privacy and Open Government

Written by Teresa Scassa
The public-oriented goals of the open government movement promise increased transparency and accountability of governments, enhanced citizen engagement and participation, improved service delivery, economic development and the stimulation of innovation. In part, these goals are to be achieved by making more and more government information public in reusable formats and under open licences. The Canadian federal government has committed to open government, and is currently seeking input on its implementation plan. The Ontario government is…

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