Ottawa resident wins Right to Privacy case based on video clip

Blog Post
December 18, 2017
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An Ottawa woman recently won her case against an advertising firm who used a clip of her jogging for a promotional video without her permission. In our latest IP@Nelligan blog post, Adam Tracey warns that using short video clips for commercial purposes can result in a breach of privacy and appropriation of personality claim, and that this decision sets an interesting precedent in Ontario law.