The Law of Privacy in Canada (print + ProView)

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : L95122
Type de produit : Supplemented book + Online
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Nombre de pages : Approximately 736 pages
Nombre de volumes : 3 volumes looseleaf, filed to date, with 2 months free service + Online service
Reliure : 3-Post Binder
Date de publication : 2004-01-01
Éditeur : Carswell
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This work is a comprehensive and thorough treatment of the regulation of the collection and use of personal information in Canada. It is the only publication that includes everything lawyers and business professionals need to know about privacy from privacy protection to tackling issues such as public surveillance to the Personal Information Protection and Electronics Documents Act (PIPEDA). While the work focuses primarily on the domestic regulatory scene, the factors that have made privacy such a salient topic have also mandated the inclusion of similar developments in the regulation of the collection and use of personal information in the European Union and, with Canada's major trading partner, the United States. Important areas of coverage include Technology and Privacy: Challenges and Solutions; Privacy Protection Under the Criminal Law; Privacy Protection in the Civil Context; Workplace Privacy; Health Privacy; Public Sector Regulation; Private Sector Regulation; and International Privacy Issues.Carswell eReference Library™ is a virtual library that allows subscribers to access print looseleaf products whose contents have been made available in an online format. Subscribe to any eReference looseleaf and you get online access for an unlimited number of users at the same location. It's like getting unlimited copies for the price of one.In addition to being cost-effective, every eReference looseleaf offers the convenience of seamlessly integrated updates and the efficiency of searching and tracking features. Each title is available in two subscription options – print with online access or online access only.For more information visit

À propos de l'auteur

Barbara McIsaac, QC has had a distinguished career as a litigator with the Civil Litigation Section of the Department of Justice, as a litigation Partner with McCarthy Tétrault and as a senior litigation counsel with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. She is a Fellow of the prestigious, invitation-only, American College of Trial Lawyers.
Barbara now practices on her own and is available to provide advice on access to information and privacy issues, to provide mentoring and consultation on litigation matters, including appeals, and to provide opinions on legislative mandates and legislative interpretation. She is a leading authority on the Federal Privacy Act and domestic and international privacy developments. See her website at
Rick Shields has a private practice in Ottawa, Ontario. He formally was Counsel in the Ottawa office of McCarthy Tétrault, where he practised in the Business Law group. Mr. Shields is a regularly featured speaker at privacy-related conferences in Canada and has also written or co-written a large number of papers and articles on Canadian privacy law issues.
Kris Klein is a Partner at nNovation LLP, a law firm specializing in privacy and information security as well as a range of other regulatory areas. Kris has more than a decade of experience in the federal regulatory arena, which he gained in both the public and private sectors in Canada. His is one of the country's leading experts on the application of the Access to Information Act, the Privacy Act, and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).

Kris practiced law with a preeminent, national firm delivering integrated business law, litigation services, tax law, real property law, labour and employment law in Canada and globally. He also has a significant amount of litigation experience, working for the Federal Department of Justice, and has provided instrumental and crucial legal advice for the Privy Council Office.

Kris practiced exclusively in the area of privacy law for the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. In his capacity as litigation counsel, Kris advised the Commissioner and senior officials on legal, policy and strategic positions available in privacy matters, including the handling of high-profile and sensitive cases. In addition, he interacted, negotiated and settled complaints with private sector organizations facing complaints about privacy issues. Kris also represented the Commissioner and her office publicly, as a conference speaker, before Parliamentary committee and in interviews with the media.

Kris has broad public and private sector experience, working on projects that have required understanding, negotiating and monitoring technical compliance with privacy and security issues. He has a demonstrated understanding of technology, theories of anonymity (de-identification of data), authentication systems, health privacy issues. Kris teaches the Privacy Law course at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, and he has provided countless in-house training sessions to corporations and government departments.