Federal Authorities, State Attorneys Basic Suggests Fb Ought to Be Damaged Up

Facebook Will Pay $650 Million to Illinois Residents

More than 40 attorneys general have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, with the federal government citing its own litigation. The federal government and a coalition of attorneys general have filed two antitrust lawsuits against Facebook. According to CNN, the Federal Trade Commission has been particularly vocal in calling for the social media company to … Read more

Meng’s lawyer suggests RCMP and border company collectively managed her earlier than arrest

Meng's lawyer suggests RCMP and border agency jointly controlled her before arrest

VANCOUVER – An RCMP officer involved in the arrest of Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver Airport two years ago said the Mounties would have entered if she tried to escape while in the care of Canada Border officials Services Agency located. Sgt.Ross Lundie finalized his testimony in the British Columbia Supreme Court today in a hearing … Read more

Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer suggests border official’s testimony is a ‘fabrication’

Meng Wanzhou's lawyer suggests border official's testimony is a 'fabrication'

VANCOUVER – An attorney for a Huawei CEO, whose arrest at Vancouver airport two years ago shook Canada’s relations with China, accused a border official of testifying in the extradition trial earlier today that it was “a whole invention.” Defense attorney Mona Duckett made the allegation in her cross-examination of Supt. Bryce McRae of the … Read more

B.C. Court docket of Attraction confirms there isn’t any “federal widespread legislation” privateness tort, however suggests the existence of a provincial privateness tort is an “attention-grabbing query”

The evolution of Vicarious Liability for intentional torts - Lexology

For the past two decades, the courts of British Columbia have found time and again that British Columbia has a similar legal cause of action under the Privacy Act, RSBC 1996, c. 373. In Tucci v Peoples Trust Company, 2020 BCCA 246, the appellate court confirmed that there is no separate federal common law privacy … Read more