Monday, May 28, 2007

Videos on "Reasonable Expectation of Privacy"

The ID Trail Project, which looks at issues about online privacy, has created 2 films relating to what is known as reasonable expectations of privacy.

"They were used at the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy (CFP) 2007 conference in Montreal, Canada (...)

The first film, 'Tessling-Just the Facts', is a brief dramatization of the facts that gave rise to R. v. Tessling [2004], a criminal case which addressed the concept of the 'reasonable expectation of privacy' with respect to forward-looking infrared (FLIR) technology".

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"The second film, 'CFP-Interviews', is a documentary that provides the viewer with a taste of various public interest perspectives on how to conceive of 'reasonable expectations of privacy'."

Among those interviewed are well-known Canadian lawyer Clayton Ruby, Andrew Clement of the University of Toronto, David Sobel of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Pippa Lawson of the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic.

Both movies are in .mov (Quicktime) format.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 12:12 pm

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