The Law of Privacy, 3rd Edition
Michael Power is a leading authority on Canadian privacy law and issues concerning the protection of personal information. His book is a comprehensive treatise providing a thorough overview of Canadian privacy law.
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Privacy in the Canadian Context
Privacy can be a difficult concept to grasp. It is highly contextual with a fluidity that poses legal and ethical challenges for individuals, business organizations and even government institutions. Nonetheless, privacy concerns are becoming increasingly important in today's information-gathering society and there has been extraordinary growth in the law of privacy in the last two decades.
Author Michael Power is a leading authority on Canadian privacy law and issues concerning the protection of personal information. The Law of Privacy, 3rd Edition is a comprehensive treatise providing a thorough overview of Canadian privacy law and includes two main sections:
- Personal Information Protection in Canada – Legislation and statutes; the meaning of "personal information"; the collection, use and management of personal information in the public, private and health sectors; security and breach notification; borders and boundaries; and enforcement
- Privacy – Common law and arbitral decisions; privacy and the Charter; privacy in Canadian tort law; criminal law; and employment
The Law of Privacy, 3rd Edition also clarifies how Canada's privacy laws affect three important entities across three different sectors:
- Public sector "institutions" (which include the police in a Charter context)
- Private sector "organizations" subject to personal information protection statutes
- Health sector "custodians"
This book also features a helpful annex that provides guidance on how to manage personal information, including how to build privacy management frameworks and the privacy issues that must be addressed in outsourcing and procurement.
What's New in this Edition
- New section outlining the legal basis for searches by Customs officials at the border
- Continuing developments in Canadian tort law, including the recognition of new torts
- New legislation concerning intimate images in Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia
- Sections describing legislative changes proposed under the federal government’s Bill C-11 and Québec’s Bill 64
- Incorporation of new and significant case law
Who Should Read This Book?
- Legal advisors – To assist in researching and advising on privacy law issues
- Regulators, law enforcement personnel and policy makers – To provide a summary of the privacy law regime in Canada to assist in shaping and enforcing the law in the area
- Privacy/Business professionals – To assist in complying with privacy laws
- Academia – To assist in teaching privacy law, regulatory law and human rights law courses, as well as general undergraduate courses in related subjects
Table des matières
Part 1: Personal Information Protection in Canada
Chapter 1: The Legislative Landscape
Chapter 2: The Meaning of “Personal Information”
Chapter 3: The Public Sector
Chapter 4: The Private Sector
Chapter 5: The Health Sector
Chapter 6: Security and Breach Notification
Chapter 7: Borders and Boundaries
Chapter 8: Enforcement
Part 2: Privacy
Chapter 9: Privacy in Canadian Tort Law
Chapter 10: Privacy in Employment
Chapter 11: Privacy and the Charter
Chapter 12: Privacy and Criminal Law
Annex: Managing Personal Information