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A Conversation: Wilson, Pfeifle talk Canada's privacy tort, revenge porn

Canada’s extended privacy tort—a civil law that allows victims to seek compensation in addition to criminal charges—covers revenge porn, but it could have wide-ranging implications for journalists and the media, and may allow people to sue over non-sexual images and unflattering words, even if they’re the truth. In this session from the 2016 IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, IAPP Publications Director Sam Pfeifle and lawyer Donna Wilson discuss the tort, it's creation, and what lies ahead.