What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis – PART 2

In the last post, I talked about the test for reasonable expectation of privacy and analyzed the Supreme Court’s definition of privacy. In this post, we will continue our study of the case. Section 8 of the Charter The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom (“Charter“) is the first part of the Canadian Constitution Act, 1982. Pursuant to s.1 of the Charter, the Charter “guarantees … Continue reading What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis – PART 2

What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis – PART 1

As an Iranian Canadian, I  have many friends, who only speak Farsi and have no knowledge of English. Every now and then, when speaking to them, I run into a word that does not have an equivalent in Farsi. Privacy is one of such words. When stuck in these situations, one realizes how difficult it is to define certain words and concepts. I have definitely … Continue reading What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis – PART 1