Privacy and Technology: A Canadian Perspective

  • Murray Rankin


After introducing the topic, the author proceeds to a discussion in which he considers the definition and value that various commentators have associated with the concept of privacy. He then goes on to examine the issue of privacy, specifically as it relates to computers and computer “data bases”. The final section of the paper reviews and assesses the Canadian legislative response.
How to Cite
Rankin, M. (1). Privacy and Technology: A Canadian Perspective. Alberta Law Review, 22(3), 323.

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