Federal Court of Appeal Issues Englander Decision

The Federal Court of Appeal has issued its decision in the Englander case. The case involves the first PIPEDA complaint, which focused on the $2 charge for an unlisted phone number. The court overturned a lower court decision, ruling that the consent obtained by Telus was insufficient for several uses. The court also engaged in a detailed discussion of the purpose and interpretation of PIPEDA. 

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