Category Archives: Privacy

Freedom of Expression Versus Privacy Rights: Stay of Enforcement of an Interim Mandatory Injunction in the Context of Publication Bans

By: Hasna Shireen PDF Version: Freedom of Expression Versus Privacy Rights: Stay of Enforcement of an Interim Mandatory Injunction in the Context of Publication Bans Case Commented On: R v Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2016 ABCA 372 (CanLII) In two previous ABlawg … Continue reading

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Publication Bans and Interim Mandatory Injunctions in the Context of Freedom of Expression and the Privacy of Youthful Victims

By: Hasna Shireen PDF Version: Publication Bans and Interim Mandatory Injunctions in the Context of Freedom of Expression and the Privacy of Youthful Victims Case Commented On: R v Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2016 ABCA 326 (CanLII) The Court of Queen’s Bench … Continue reading

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Selim v Alberta: Reasonableness is Not Always Fairness

By: Geea Atanase PDF Version: Selim v Alberta: Reasonableness is Not Always Fairness Case Commented On: Selim v Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2016 ABQB 562 (CanLII) Summary This case involves a judicial review, on a standard of reasonableness, of a … Continue reading

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Balancing Freedom of Expression and the Privacy of Child Victims

By: Hasna Shireen PDF Version: Balancing Freedom of Expression and the Privacy of Child Victims Case Commented On: R v Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2016 ABQB 204 (CanLII) The Court in R v Canadian Broadcasting Corporation allows the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) … Continue reading

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Vagueness in FOIPP: Can Citizens Effectively Access Their Personal Information?

By: Lynn Anderson PDF Version: Vagueness in FOIPP: Can Citizens Effectively Access Their Personal Information? Case Commented on: Edmonton (City) v Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2016 ABCA 110 The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, RSA 2000, c. … Continue reading

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