News briefsPIPEDA trumps fake-injury video evidence • Manitoba wants foreign students • New child-care sector council • Council on Learning goes to B.C. • CFIB members reveal yourself • Internet access a travel priorityBy 01/12/2004|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 01/12/2004 PIPEDA trumps fake-injury video evidenceBarrie, Ont. — A driver claiming to have a back injury managed to overturn his dismissal by using PIPEDA, the federal privacy legislation, to argue the employer, Rosedale Transport, violated his privacy by videotaping him off-hours. The videotape showed Michael Ross loading furniture onto a pickup truck on the day he was moving to a new house. The adjudicator agreed with the privacy argument. If Rosedale suspected Ross of malingering, it should have requested an independent medical examination instead of hiring a private investigator, the adjudicator said.Manitoba wants foreign students Winnipeg To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.