Written By Martin P.J. Kratz and Stephen BurnsThe Supreme Court of Canada has just held that the collective right to freedom of expression in a lawful strike situation trumps an individual's right to control their information in a public setting, striking down the Alberta Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA). Published on Canadian Employment Law Today.
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