In a recent Disciplinary decision by the College of Nurses in Ontario, a nurse was suspended from practicing for a year following numerous instances where she improperly accessed personal health information of patients
Silent cyber and the duty to defend. Insurers still struggling to exclude cyber and privacy coverage from liability policies.
When does ensuring workplace safety and productivity become an unreasonable privacy violation?
Do litigation privilege and solicitor client privilege apply to post breach documents or forensic reports? The Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner doesn’t seem to think so.
In this recent decision, the Privacy Commissioner takes the rare step of recommending prosecution of the offending party following a privacy breach. See why.
What happens when departing employees of medical clinics retain personal health information?