Social media posts not always part of litigation
Focus on Competing interests emerge over online information
Photos and other information on a protected portion of an individual’s Facebook page invoke privacy interests and will not necessarily be produced to the defence in personal injury litigation, an Ontario Superior Court judge ruled last month.
A decision that is significant, because it suggests that permitting several users to access the private section of your Facebook account does not necessarily mean you are giving up privacy rights over that information.
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