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The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in this case has set the stage for the rest of the legal battle over privacy rights. We’re going to keep you updated as our story unfolds on the Internet.
The Canadian Press and the Globe have released reports on the Supreme Court’s decision in a dispute over access to private computer data.
In the ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that the right to privacy under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is not absolute and can be limited by the government to prevent illegal or unconstitutional behaviour.
The court was asked to decide a matter involving access to the personal details of two computer-users.
They were being investigated by British Columbia police since 2006.
After two hours of hearing arguments, the court ruled the information would be available with the court’s approval in an “opt-in” system.
The court said it was necessary to give police the authority to monitor the activity or activity itself if law enforcement was able to demonstrate a serious threat to the safety of a Canadian national or public.
To be considered an unacceptable threat, there had to be a link between the activity at issue and the activities of a terrorist, criminal threat or serious organized crime group.
As a result, the court found the personal details could not be disclosed if there was a reasonable expectation the information could be obtained legally elsewhere.
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