What does privacy mean in the age of technology? | CPDonline.ca

What does privacy mean in the age of technology?

Paula Puddy, HBA LLB MBA

In this second installment from the 2019 CCLA Civil Litigation Conference in November, I bring you a fresh batch of CPD content for Employment Lawyers.

Siobhan O'Brien, Katherine Cotton, Rob Monti, Kecia Podetz, and James Prowse participated in the Employment Law Panel, in which they covered a broad range of interesting topics:

  • Reasonable expectation of privacy in the age of emerging technologies
  • Broad release not enough to release LTD claim
  • Get Carter... a Job (giving preference to employees with active WSIB claims over non-work related injured employees)
  • York University v. Markicevic

We've added the entire panel discussion, along with handouts, to our Law CPD collection and it's now readily available to CPD Online Subscribers.

Watch the Video

What is your take?

What was your biggest takeaway from this panel? How do you see this new proliferation of data changing the legal landscape? Feel free to contact me and share your opinion or knowledge.

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