Saturday, July 09, 2005

More on the Alberta keystroke logging case

On July 1, 2005, I wrote about the recent decision of the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner about keystroke logging of a public library employee's PC (Alberta Commissioner finds that local library had no authority to use keystroke logging software).

Today, Michael Geist has updated his blog posting on the subject and points to the blog of the complainant in this case, who has written about the incident on his blog Terremoto's Hand Picked Headline News - Served Fresh Daily, and also links to a range of materials related to the case. Interesting stuff.

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