Category Archives: Privacy Law

Canada: Employee Had Valid Privacy Expectation In Workplace Computer Despite Employer Policy To Contrary

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that an employee may have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the contents of his workplace computer, even though the employer’s policies disavow any privacy interest. R. v. Cole, 2012 SCC 53 (Canada Oct. … Continue reading

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State Senator and Law Professor Debate Posthumous Right of Publicity Bill Pending in Massachusetts Legislature

A recent radio interview provides useful insight into a burgeoning area of intellectual property law–posthumous rights of publicity. Posthumous Rights of Publicity. In the United States, the right of publicity is aspect of privacy and intellectual property law that permits … Continue reading

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