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Defending a Lawsuit is Not a “Commercial Activity” Under Privacy Legislation

Posted in Privacy

In a case dating back to 2016 but just recently published, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has ruled that the collection and use of a plaintiff’s personal information for the purpose of defending against a civil lawsuit is not a “commercial activity” and, as such, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act,… → Read More