Setoguchi v Uber and Simpson v Facebook
When widespread data privacy breaches occur, compromised organizations have genuine concern that class action certification is likely to follow. However, two recent decisions illustrate… Read More
Over the past year, organizations and individuals across Canada pivoted and adapted to the impacts of COVID-19, moving into the online world to better serve their clients and customers.
Moving operations… Read More
In 2020 professionals experienced numerous disruptions as they responded to COVID-19 and swiftly transitioned technology, processes and people to continue to provide their essential services.
As if that was not enough,… Read More
Employers should have strong privacy management programs in place and should consider potential privacy issues when making disciplinary decisions.
Generally, employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy on workplace computers and… Read More
We reviewed the appropriate safeguards and measures organizations should have in place when transferring customer data to service providers and other third parties based on the recommendations of the Office… Read More
In a recently released report, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (“OPC”),has provided organizations with useful guidance on the proper controls and security measures to have in place… Read More
In light of the dynamic changes over the past few months, an organization’s document management policy and protocols are increasingly important.
Not only is it critical to consider privacy and confidentiality… Read More
In the information technology sector and beyond, “agile” software development models have become increasingly popular.
Agile models promise a more customer-centric delivery approach, resulting in more useful and robust software on… Read More
On March 18, 2020, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (“CACF”) released a bulletin warning Canadians that fraudsters are exploiting the COVID-19 global health crisis to commit fraud and cyber-crime. As a… Read More