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Your phone password matters if you’re arrested in Ontario

Ontario’s highest court has signaled that the right of police officers to look through someone’s phone depends on whether there’s a password. The Court of Appeal for Ontario says it’s all right for police to have a cursory look through the phone upon arrest if it’s not password protected, but if it is, investigators should get a search warrant. The court’s ruling comes in the case of a man who appealed his robbery conviction, arguing that police breached his charter rights by looking through his phone after his arrest.

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As a Business Owner, Are you Empowering Yourself?

As a business owner, there are so many demands on our time….staff, clients, marketing, office admin, accounting….the lists are endless. We’ve all read from numerous sources how fundamental it is to work on our business, instead of in our business. But the often missed topic and question is when do we work on ourselves? As […]

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