CJCCL 2018, Volume 4

Privacy, Identity, and Control: Emerging Issues in Data Protection

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Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella, Supreme Court of Canada Foreward i
Fiona Brimblecombe & Gavin Phillipson Regaining Digital Privacy? The New “Right to be Forgotten” and Online Expression 1-66
Jacquelyn Burkell & Jane Bailey Equality at Stake: Connecting the Privacy/Vulnerability Cycle to the Debate about Publicly Accessible Online Court Records 67-114
Avner Levin Privacy by Design by Regulation: The Case Study of Ontario 115-160
N.A. Moreham Abandoning The “High Offensiveness” Privacy Test 161-192
Moira Paterson Regulating Surveillance: Suggestions for a Possible Way Forward 193-230
Megan Richardson “A Virtual ‘Puppet’”: Performance and Privacy in the Digital Age 231-248
Andrea Slane Information Brokers, Fairness, and Privacy in Publicly Accessible Information 249-292
Normann Witzleb & Julian Wagner When is Personal Data “About” or “Relating to” an Individual? A Comparison of Australian, Canadian, and EU Data Protection and Privacy Laws 293-329