Seeks Curbs On Court Details

Courts should consider using the Copyright Act to limit the publication of names and facts from open trials and tribunal hearings, says a legal scholar. The federal Office of the Privacy Commissioner earlier cited an offshore website for broadcasting details of Canadian legal proceedings, though all information was public: “You put these things online and it’s there for everyone”.

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