Jan 22, 2020 · Burnett said court claims in B.C. for breach of privacy are based on whether reasonable expectations of privacy are violated. Alfred Hermida, a journalism professor at the University of British Columbia who worked as a reporter in the U.K., said the royal couple are hot news and they should expect to be making headlines when they step out in public.
Nov 09, 2018 · On top of the B.C. Commissioner's guidance, retailers may want to consider the extent of any detailed content in information about the transaction provided to point-of-sale, card clearance, or Jan 22, 2020 · Here's what B.C.'s privacy commissioner has to say about Prince Harry and Meghan Dirk Meissner The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, January 22, 2020 12:13PM PST Last Updated Wednesday, January Jun 05, 2020 · of B.C. privacy laws on sharing health data during the COVID-19 pandemic set to expire June 30 has been extended until year's end. Minister of Citizens Services Anna Kang initially ordered that people's health information might be shared with others inside and outside of Canada. “Europe is signalling that U.S. privacy laws are not up to scratch,” he said. Further, McEvoy said, Canadian privacy laws – split between federal and provincial jurisdictions, are considered adequate by Europe but do need examining. He said those in B.C., Alberta and Quebec as well as federal legislation need updating. Media outlets in Canada should practise civility and self-regulation in respecting the privacy rights of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says British Columbia’s privacy commissioner. Michael McEvoy said Wednesday media freedoms in Canada are vast and paramount to ensure a free press, but the couple’s privacy should be a consideration as they […]
Media outlets in Canada should practise civility and self-regulation in respecting the privacy rights of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says British Columbia’s privacy commissioner. Michael McEvoy said Wednesday media freedoms in Canada are vast and paramount to ensure a free press, but the couple’s privacy should be a consideration as they […]
“I would just say as B.C.’s privacy commissioner that I think it behooves us all to exercise some kind of self-regulation, some kind of civility to respect the rights of others to go about Jun 15, 2020 · The general public does not have a right to know identifying information about people who have tested positive for COVID-19, B.C.’s information and privacy commissioner, Michael McEvoy, told NEWS 1130. The idea for the campaign started when McEvoy looked at responses to a privacy self-assessment toolkit send randomly to B.C. businesses asking for details about their privacy management program. By Fatima Syed Jun 25, 2020 “LifeLabs exposed British Columbians, along with millions of other Canadians, to potential identity theft, financial loss and reputational harm,” B.C. information and privacy commissioner Michael McEvoy said in a statement regarding a joint investigation into a breach last year at the laboratory-testing company.
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The lab-testing company that was targeted in a cyberattack wants to block B.C.’s information and privacy commissioner from acquiring a report on the incident prepared for the firm. LifeLabs has