Publication: Winnipeg Free Press Penny Collenette, Common Law Section, comments on edits made in Canadian Heritage Minister Shelly Glover's wikipedia page by one of her staff members. "To remove that, if it was her own website, sure. Why would she draw attention to that? But this is not her own website. This is a public encyclopedia... people go to it for information," she says.
Publication: Globe and Mail Craig Forcese, Common Law Section, comments on CSEC activities which some may say are based on shaky legal foundations. "The government has been operating on a theory that what they're collecting is something magical that doesn't attract a reasonable expectation of privacy," he states.
Publication: Toronto Star Online Teresa Scassa, Common Law Section, comments on the importance of the proposed Access to Information Act reform. “They [the government] may have their own reasons for not putting it high on the agenda, but I personally think that this remains an important piece of the transparency and accountability agenda,” she states.
Publication: Le Devoir Nathalie Des Rosiers, Common Law Section, commente la récente décision de la Cour Suprême qui forcera dorénavant les policiers de se munir d’un mandat pour réclamer de l’information des usagers auprès des compagnies de télécommunications. « On est mieux protégés aujourd'hui, après cette décision, qu'on l'était hier », affirme-t-elle.