Risk management strategies on the proper
use and protection of information of others.
A Guide to the Personal Information
Protection and Electronic Documents Act,
Colin H.H. McNairn
An invaluable resource for anyone who deals with
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E-mail Law Charles Morgan & Julien Saulgrain; General Editor: Dr. Sunny Handa The fifth book in the Butterworths® Information Technology Law series, E-mail Law is an accessible, authoritative overview of the major legal ramifications of the commercial use of e-mail. It canvasses legislation from across Canada and the United States as well as relevant case law to provide readers with an up-to-date comprehensive Canadian perspective on e-mail legal issues. $60 + tax | 188 Pages | Softcover | 2008 ISBN: 9780433447177
Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Access to Information and
This volume provides a definitive examination of the statutory and judicial
framework that governs the rules, requirements, prohibitions, caveats, and
exemptions relevant to the fields of both access and privacy.
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$270 + tax | 506 Pages | Hardcover | 2006 | Billed As Issued | ISBN: 9780433454250
Privacy Law in Canada
Colin H.H. McNairn & Alexander K. Scott
This important and timely book describes the evolving legal protections for privacy
that are afforded in a variety of situations — in the home, at work, in consumer and
commercial transactions, in telecommunications and email, and in the delivery of
healthcare services. It also identifies the circumstances in which different forms
of intrusion on personal privacy, such as electronic surveillance, body searches,
the unauthorized use or disclosure of personal information, and wiretapping, are
proscribed or give rise to civil remedies.
$240 + tax | 362 Pages | Hardcover | 2001 | ISBN: 9780433438212
A Guide to the Ontario Consumer
Protection Act, 2010 Edition
Elizabeth L. McNaughton & Parna Sabet-Stephenson
A Guide to the Ontario Consumer Protection Act, 2010
Edition is a concise legal reference to the Ontario
Consumer Protection Act, 2002. The book contains
the full text of the Act and the Regulation, along with
commentary by Elizabeth McNaughton and Parna Sabet-Stephenson of the Toronto office of Blake, Cassels &
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specific consumer agreements, general credit and leasing
practices, consumer remedies and specific sectors.
$70 + tax | 238 Pages | Softcover | 2009 | Annual
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The Law of Employee Monitoring in Canada
Melanie R. Bueckert; Foreword by: David Loukidelis,
Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia
This guide, for employment and labour lawyers, privacy
specialists, in-house corporate counsel and HR
professionals, outlines the implications of technologically
assisted employee monitoring in both unionized and non-unionized workplaces in Canada. It brings together existing
legislation and case law, and provides recommendations
on the use of video and audio surveillance, computers,
Internet and e-mail monitoring, location awareness
technologies (such as GPS and RFID) and biometrics.
$90 + tax | 306 Pages | Softcover | 2009
Canadian Privacy Law Review
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Michael A. Geist
Since the Internet revolution of the 1990s, privacy has become a vital concern. The
Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act came into full effect
on January 1, 2004, bringing with it countless new decisions on privacy law. Led by
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