Category Archives: Privacy Law

Teagate!: The police spring into action


The Herald is now reporting execution of a search warrant on the Herald on Sunday, around 3:30pm, not too long after Justice Winkelman’s non-decision.  Reports the Herald: The decision also opens the door to police to execute search warrants on … Continue reading

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Teagate! Breaking news….


And the decision from Justice Winkelman, awaited with bated breath, on whether the Teagate transcript can be published is… Nothing. Application refused….at least until we’ve had a good old trial about the entire thing.  In the interim, it has to … Continue reading

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Teagate!


This really isn’t my area, so I’m not going to opine on it personally.  The whole storm in the proverbial has, however, generated a bunch of legal comment from those concerned with media and/or privacy law. First and one of … Continue reading

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