Tag Archives: Privacy

Santa’s blatant disregard for Canadian privacy law

I was in the midst of my annual ritual of removing the undeserving from my Christmas card list (take that, opposing counsel who would only respond to the senior on the file! Et tu, client who revised a four-page affidavit … Continue reading

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And now….robot-tunas

My last post about robot planes proved to be prescient. Not only should Canadians be concerned about the privacy and legal implications of surveillance by unmanned drones, it appears the authorities may also be playing peekaboo with our underwater activities. … Continue reading

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I, for one, welcome our new robot-plane overlords

It’s no surprise that I like information; it is, after all, my stock in trade. It is also a pitfall, as I have a tendency to tumble down obscure research rabbit holes and emerge, blinking, into the bright light of … Continue reading

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