Federal Court to Examine Workplace Privacy Issue

The Globe and Mail reports on the use of surveillance technologies in the workplace and an upcoming federal court case that will examine a privacy law finding involving the use of video surveillance in a railway yard. The case comes on the heels of the release yesterday of two additional findings involving workplace privacy issues. Professor Geist comments on the move toward a reasonable surveillance standard in Canada. see: Workplace Privacy Gets Day in Court also see: BC Order

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