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The Long Arm of the USA Patriot Act: A Threat to Canadian Privacy?

The Long Arm of the USA Patriot Act: A Threat to Canadian Privacy? Co-authored with Milana Homsi. Submission to the B.C. Information and Privacy Commissioner (2004)

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January 1, 2004 1 comment Reports

Canada’s Privacy Law Days Away From Full Effect

With PIPEDA scheduled to take full effect on January 1st, the media is beginning to take notice. Professor Geist comments in this Ottawa Sun article on the readiness of Canadian business to comply with the new law. see: Ready or Not, New Privacy Law’s Here also see: True Extent of […]

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December 17, 2003 Comments are Disabled News

Canadian Privacy Law Beset By Uncertainty

My latest Toronto Star Law Bytes column examines recent privacy law developments in Canada. It argues that the newprovincial legislation and federal court rulings have lent an air of uncertainty about who is ultimately responsible for enforcing and interpreting Canada’s privacy legislative framework. see: Toronto Star column

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June 1, 2003 Comments are Disabled Columns

Privacy Popular, but Eves Dropped the Ball

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In Ontario provincial politics the fall of 2002 is best remembered for the public outcry over rising hydro bills that precipitated Premier Ernie Eves' decision to pull the plug on his plans for a market-based approach for electricity.<>

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February 3, 2003 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive