The Law of Privacy in Canada - 2020 Student Edition

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This work is a comprehensive and thorough treatment of the regulation of the collection and use of personal information in Canada. It is derived from the leading text in the area, The Law of Privacy in Canada, looseleaf edition, and includes everything students need to know about privacy and the collection and use of personal information in Canada. Important areas of coverage include Technology and Privacy:

  • Challenges and Solutions
  • Privacy Protection under the Criminal Law
  • Privacy Protection in the Civil Context
  • Workplace Privacy
  • Public Sector Regulation
  • Private Sector Regulation
  • International Privacy Issues
  • Privacy and Telecommunications
  • Privacy and Personal Health information
  • Analysis of key pieces of legislation, such as the Personal Information Protection and Electronics Documents Act (PIPEDA)

This work is the ideal starting point for the study of privacy law for students across Canada, and a valuable addition to any course touching on privacy law issues. It will help students examine the policies and legal frameworks that have evolved over time to deal with privacy problems as they pertain to interactions between individuals and the state and between individuals and the host of organizations that deal with personal information.

Publisher:
Éditions Yvon Blais

Practice Area:
Education Law,Privacy/Access to Information

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2020-08-11

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42794665

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42794665

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3

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