The “Information Roundup” is back!
This is something I’ve run in the past that features a compilation of tweets plus a personal note of some kind. I’m going to bring it back because I’ve started tweeting links to information and privacy decisions that don’t quite deserve a full post and want a good record of them somewhere. It will also be nice to add a little bit of colour back into the blog.
So here’s the first list for 2013, with a more to come as we go:
- Reviewing doc subject to lit privilege for discovery doesn’t cause waiver in Ont. Contradictory authority questioned. http://canlii.ca/t/fs3bd
#SCC refuses leave to appeal BC v Harrison http://canlii.ca/t/frt0c duty of public body to ensure accuracy of info affecting #employment (via @LancasterCanada)
- Request for 3P production order for records of residential treatment facility dismissed by arbitrator as fishing http://canlii.ca/t/fvf78
- Facebook Photos Found to be “Of Limited Usefulness” In Injury Claim http://bit.ly/ZDIfZ5 (via @erikmagraken)
- Predicting violence is a work in progress http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/predicting-violence-is-a-work-in-progress/2013/01/03/2e8955b8-5371-11e2-a613-ec8d394535c6_story.html … HT
- Discharge for e-mail related misconduct upheld. Policy prohibiting sending work to home account would have helped. http://db.tt/8JXzRCEm
- Failure to indicate docs did not exist not ideal, but consequences not to be borne on grievor (Ont. arbitrator) http://db.tt/xl2jJQF2
As for me, I’m quite obsessed by paddling (a prone paddleboard) right now and recorded this video just after Toronto had its big snowstorm this Christmas. It’s quite a beautiful thing to be on the Lake O at this time of year. Dark and moody but beautiful. I hope the video gives you an appreciation of the variety of experiences the Lake can offer and maybe an urge to get wet.