Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2006

Journal

Canadian Business Law Journal

Volume

44

First Page

54

Last Page

71

Abstract

The technologies that we use and the values we embrace construct an information hungry society. Our mass adoption of them has transformed many of us into information junkies, and those whose business it is to feed our info-pangs continuously demand quid pro quo: in order to get information, you must give some up. In this article, we investigate PIPEDA’s conception of consent, with special emphasis on the right of individuals to withdraw consent.

Notes

Originally published in the Canadian Business Law Journal.


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