In the News – Online Obscenity

Toronto Internet Lawyer discussed the legality of posting the Luka Magnotta video on the Best Gore website with the national and international media. Mr. Zvulony took the position that the posting of the video violated Canada's obscenity laws.

Privacy and Health Records

Gil Zvulony discusses unlawful disclosure of private health records and privacy breaches in hospitals.

Can you opt out of Facebook’s Terms of Use?

Can you protect your intellectual property and private information from Facebook by updating your status with certain legal language?

Privacy Breaches Are Usually Not Worth Much Money

Most minor privacy breaches will fall in the realm of small claims court jurisdiction.

User Based Insurance and Privacy

Gil Zvulony was a panelist at the Telematics Canada Conference 2014.

Privacy, Tracking Devices, & Usage Based Auto Insurance

Toronto Privacy Lawyer, Gil Zvulony, recently discussed potential privacy concerns regarding the use of tracking devices used by some auto insurance companies.
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Legal Rights in a Photograph

Toronto internet lawyer Gil Zvulony examines the various rights in a photograph, including, copyrights, moral rights, publicity rights and privacy rights. He discusses the rights of photographers, models, by-standers, celebrities, and of ordinary people.
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Privacy Law: An Overview

A discussion of various options open to victims of privacy breaches.

In the News – Using Technology to Track your Cheating Partner

Toronto Internet Lawyer Shaya Silber's opinion was recently sought by City TV with respect to the legality of using technology to track your cheating partner.

Privacy Law and the Workplace: Job Applications

Employers have access to unprecedented amounts of information on their employees and job candidates. Many people, especially young people, don’t realize how much information they are publishing about themselves, and what the possible implications are.

Privacy Law: Intrusion Upon Seclusion

Privacy law in Ontario has expanded to include the new tort of Intrusion Upon Seclusion.