Great white privacy

More legal protection north of the 49th.

The Alberta privacy commissioner has ruled that employers who log their employee's keystrokes are breaking basic human rights laws. While this sort of thing has been upheld and encouraged south of the 49th (all in the Holy Crusade Against Godless Terrorism, of course), it is refreshing and encouraging to see that lawmakers here are still taking basic dignity and ethics into account. Kudos.

Posted: Thu - July 7, 2005 at 05:11 PM