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Former nurse at Rouge Valley Health System and former RESP salesperson sentenced for stealing and misusing patients’ private health information

Certification materials for a proposed class action being prepared in this case.  Click here for more information.

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Peterborough Regional Health Centre Nurse guilty of professional misconduct for snooping into patient records

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Potential Class Action against Toys R Us: PST charged on PST-exempt items

Individuals who have been charged PST on certain baby and children products through Toys “R” Us online store may be entitled to compensation for the charges. Click here to learn more about the case Click here to learn about how to become involved ————————————————————————————————————————–

Ontario hospital loses bid to quash class action invasion of privacy lawsuit

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OTTAWA AND TORONTO CRIMINAL TRIALS AND APPEALS

Michael Crystal now offers free consultations on all criminal matters.  Call 613.794.1312. ————————————————————————————————————————–

GM Financial Data Breach

If you have been affected, click here for more information on how to become involved in a possible class action. ————————————————————————————————————————–

Walmart Canada looks into possible credit card data breach

If you have processed photos online with Walmart, please click here for more information on how to become involved in a possible class action. ————————————————————————————————————————–

A Chance at a Chance: Court Rules Client’s “Faint Hope” Application will be Heard by Jury

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Everest College files for bankruptcy protection as Ottawa lawyer considers lawsuit

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Patients can sue hospitals for invasion of privacy, appeal court rules

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Charges stayed against Petawawa soldier

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Anti-abortion activist snooped into 414 abortion files

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Group suing hospital for privacy breaches awaiting appeal court decision

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Anti-abortion activist snooped into patient records

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‘Kid was out of control’

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Privacy breaches at Rouge Valley hospital may have affected Ajax-Pickering patients

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Hundreds of hospital privacy violations go unreported

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Staffers snooped into 500 patients’ files at Lakeridge Health

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Lakeridge Health reports 578 patient records inappropriately accessed

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Dig up the cars,’ original investigator in Bradley murder case speaks out

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VOCM Nightline Michael Crystal Talks About the Dana Bradley Case Oct 27 2014

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Retired Cops Agonize over Unsolved NL Murder

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RCMP won’t dig up car linked to Dana Bradley murder

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Police, civil-liberties group urge Senate to pass transgender rights bill

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Mayor Rob Ford’s privacy breached, hospital says

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Hospital discovers privacy breach on Rob Ford’s files

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Police, civil-liberties group urge Senate to pass transgender rights bill

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Hospital case to set privacy precedent: Outcome of class-action suit will determine if patients can sue facilities over privacy breaches

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Rouge Valley hospital privacy breach expands to affect 14,450 patients

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More moms may be affected by privacy breach at Rouge Valley Health System

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Report slams medical privacy

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Police behaviour in woman’s background check ‘malicious,’ lawsuit alleges

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Peterborough hospital’s privacy breach appeal going ahead

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Rouge Valley faces $400M class-action lawsuit over privacy breach

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All three parties vow to protect innocent Ontarians from police disclosures

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Michael Crystal’s concerns with Section 10.1(6) of the proposed amended PIPEDA are adopted and relevant amendments to Bill-S4 are made by The Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications evidence on June 10, 2014.  See the transcripts here.

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Privacy commissioner contacting other hospitals after Rouge Valley data leak

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Michael Crystal to testify on June 4, 2014 at 8:30 PM before the Senate Standing Committee on Transportation and Communications about Bill S-4, An amendment to the Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act. See a copy of the transcripts here.

CPAC Digital Archive

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