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SHRM.org quotes Antoine Aylwin in an article on privacy and video surveillance

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“Quebec: Considerations when conducting surreptitious video surveillance” by Katie Nadworny, SHRM.org

SHRM.org quotes Montréal lawyer Antoine Aylwin in an article on privacy and video surveillance.

"The main concern that the regulators have is to make sure that we're not implementing video surveillance in a way where you would be coincidentally filming someone when doing their job," said Antoine Aylwin, an attorney with Fasken in Montreal. "For example, if you have some concern about some[one] stealing in the workplace, you would film the place where the things that were stolen would be, instead of filming the individuals constantly to see what they're doing."

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