New privacy books on revenge porn, cyberbullying, pornography and on surveillance in Canada
Two privacy books have recently been released: Law, Privacy and Surveillance in Canada in the Post-Snowden Era This book was authored by Michael Geist. From the effectiveness of accountability and oversight programs to the legal issues raised by metadata collection to the privacy challenges surrounding new technologies, this book explores current issues torn from the headlines with […] Read more
Officers wearing body cameras: the beginning of a surveillance state?
I came across an article today about Toronto police officers which will soon begin to wear body cameras as part of a pilot project in December. This project is launched in response to the growing number of accusations of citizens claiming that police officers use excessive force or acted inappropriately with them. Given that citizens […] Read more
Le vérificateur se fait pincer
Interviewed on the legality of the city of Montreal monitoring its controller’s emails Read more
Employers monitoring their employees’ emails – Is it legal ?
Interviewed on the legality of employers monitoring their employees’ emails Read more
Individuals blogging or posting content on Facebook
interviewed as social media expert on individuals blogging or posting content on Facebook and their employers using this information; commenting on the legal case of IBM’s employee Nathalie Blanchard Read more