Is the shortage of a privacy-breach tort on this province ‘anachronistic’? Canadian Underwriter

Is the lack of a privacy-breach tort in this province ‘anachronistic’? Canadian Underwriter

British Columbia courts need to delve deeply into whether the province has a tort for invasion of privacy, a judge on the appeals court suggested in a recent ruling following a data breach at a Vancouver-based financial institution. “Today, personal information has played a vital role in people’s lives, and the failure to recognize at … Read more