Developments in Labour Arbitration: Privacy, Video Surveillance, Drug Testing and E-mails

Feb 1, 1999
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“Privacy” is a concept for which the law in Canada has developed no consistent response. To begin with, commentators have noted that the term “privacy” itself is notoriously difficult to define. Some have said that it means broadly the right to be “let alone”, while others have said that privacy focuses on an individual’s “ability to control the circulation of information”about him or herself.

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