“Conspicuous Publication” and Spam

Being available online not sufficient for exception to anti-spam legislation The Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has provided some clarification around “implied consent” in the context of the Anti-Spam legislation, with its decision in Blackstone Learning Corp. Over a … Continue reading

The Travails of Service Via E-mail

Appeal of dismissal order is itself dismissed because e-mail service of dismissal documents upheld as valid In Travis v. D. & J. Overhead Door Ltd., Justice Wakeling of the Alberta Court of Appeal presided over an interlocutory appeal of an … Continue reading

Some Stones Best Left Unturned

Federal Court finds that information stored on backup media is not “reasonably retrievable” and denies production In Oleynik v. Canada (Privacy Commissioner), Justice Boswell of the Federal Court heard an application for judicial review of the response by the Office … Continue reading