Jan 092011
 
 January 9, 2011  Court, Non-U.S.

Michael Power writes:

If you’re someone caught up in a data breach or a person who can point to an actual violation of privacy, an obvious question is whether you suffered harm and should you be compensated? Three PIPEDA-related decisions from Canadian courts in 2010 offer a glimpse of different approaches to the subject of privacy-related damages.

Read more on Michael Power, where he discusses Randall v. Nubodys Fitness Centres, Stevens v. SNF Maritime Metal Inc., and Nammo v. Transunion of Canada Inc.

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