What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis ā€“ 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, … Continue reading What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis ā€“ PART 2

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

As an Iranian Canadian, IĀ  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 … Continue reading What is (Reasonable Expectation of) Privacy: R v Jarvis – PART 1