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Canadian Law Students File Privacy Complaint Against Facebook

The law students at the University of Ottawa’s Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic analyzed Facebook’s policies and practices in a course last winter, identifying specific practices that may violate the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. They have now filed a privacy complaint (pdf) against Facebook with Canada’s federal privacy commissioner.

Hat tip to Christine Corcos (LSU), Media Law Prof Blog. [JH]

June 9, 2008 in Blog Law | Permalink


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