OBA Summit Workshop on Employee Surveillance

I was happy to participate in a workshop on employee surveillance at today’s OBA Second Annual Privacy Summit together with Peigi Ross of Dunsmore Law and John Stout of Cavalluzzo Hayes Shilton McIntyre & Cornish. We discussed some of the nuances relating to the necessity standard, whether the standard is (or should be) the same for workplace and operational privacy issues, what recent Order F07-18 of the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia might foretell and other surveillance-related topics. My notes are cryptic, but contain some case references, so I’ve posted them here.

One thought on “OBA Summit Workshop on Employee Surveillance”

  1. Dan,

    Thank you for speaking at the CLE Privacy Law seminar. I enjoyed your presentation, and I’ll be checking out this blog from now on!

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