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  The BC Court of Appeal has handed down a decision that shakes up certain assumptions about recourse for privacy-related harms in that province – and perhaps in other provinces as well. The decision relates to a class action lawsuit filed after a data breach. The defendant had stored an unencrypted copy of a database containing customer personal information on its website. The personal information included: “names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth,…

  This is a copy of my submission in response to the Elections Canada consultation on Political Communications in Federal Elections. The consultation closes on August 21, 2020. Note that this submission has endnotes which are at the end of the document. Where possible these include hyperlinks to the cited sources. 16 August 2020 I appreciate the invitation to respond to Election Canada’s consultation on the overall regulatory regime that governs political communications in federal…

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