Broker Martina Robinson filed the complaint with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, alleging that her personal information was disclosed to the Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission without her consent
The issue of permitting virtual office websites (VOWs) to publicly display sold data – a property’s purchase history – is still before the courts. Just what would VOWs do with the disputed data if it was made public?
A Federal Court of Appeal judge says that TREB “has raised at least one serious issue with respect to the possibility that the tribunal’s order failed to take adequate consideration of property owners’ privacy rights.”
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