Nov 152013
 November 15, 2013  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Non-U.S.

The Canadian Press reports:

The Supreme Court of Canada on Friday struck down Alberta’s privacy law as unconstitutional in a case where a union photographed and videotaped people crossing a picket line during a long strike.


The United Food and Commercial Workers local representing employees at the Palace Casino at West Edmonton Mall was involved in a 305-day strike in 2006.

The union posted signs near the picket line saying images of people crossing the line might be posted on a website.

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