Monday, July 25, 2005

It's not just about the stuffers

Last week, I wrote about a new finding from the office of the Privacy Commissioner that faulted a bank for not allowing people from opting out of receiving marketing materials with their credit card bills. (See: The Canadian Privacy Law Blog: PIPEDA and non-personalized secondary marketing.)

In his regular Law Bytes column, Michael Geist has some interesting comments on the decision itself and where it fits into the bigger picture. See his column on his website here.

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