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"Computer & Email Workplace Surveillance in Canada: The Shift From Reasonable Expectation of Privacy to Reasonable Surveillance"

Professor Michael Geist, at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, has written a 58-page paper on "Computer & Email Workplace Surveillance in Canada: The Shift From Reasonable Expectation of Privacy to Reasonable Surveillance" (March 2002). The paper was prepared for the Canadian Judicial Council.

"Canada's new Privacy Law and the Private sector"

A lawyer at Davis & Company has written a paper on "Canada's new Privacy Law and the Private sector".

"Ensuring Corporate Security In An Age of High Worker Mobilty: What You Need to Know"

Sector: - High Tech

Anneli LeGault, a lawyer at Fraser Milner Casgrain in Ontario, has written a paper on, "Ensuring Corporate Security in an Age of High Worker Mobilty: What You Need to Know".

The paper was prepared for the Canadian Institute Conference - Employment in the Information Age, which was held on January 29-30, 2001. It covers the following topics:

  • Managing Proprietary Information
  • Internet Use; Monitoring Employees
  • The Prevalence of Surveillance 
  • Is There a Right of Privacy? 
  • Dismissal of Non-Union Staff 
  • Discipline in the Unionized Context 
  • Contents of an Internet Usage Policy
  • E-Mail Policies

"Privacy Issues in the Workplace - Employees Off-Duty Activities"

A lawyer at Davis & Company has written a paper on "Privacy Issues in the Workplace - Employees Off-Duty Activities" (May 16, 2000).