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The Intimate Privacy Project was founded in 2020 by Claire Feltrin, a Canadian privacy lawyer passionate about combatting technology-facilitated gender-based violence.


The Project is a Canadian-based initiative aimed at educating targets of non-consensual distribution of intimate images (NCDII) and the lawyers who represent them about both legal and practical avenues of recourse. 



Claire Feltrin

Founder; Canadian privacy & data security lawyer

Claire is the founder of The Intimate Privacy Project, as well as an experienced privacy and data security lawyer practicing in the provinces of British Columbia, Ontario and Alberta. 


Prior to joining Deloitte Legal in Vancouver, she practiced in Toronto at a leading national law firm assisting clients from all sectors in respect of a wide range of privacy and cybersecurity matters, including data breach investigation and response and advising on all things privacy, including data governance, outsourcing arrangements, anti-spam compliance, behavioural tracking, employee monitoring, and the strategic management of information assets. Claire has acted for clients on several high-profile privacy regulatory investigations.


Beyond her commercial practice, Claire regularly represents targets of non-consensual distribution of intimate images (also known as “NCDII” or “revenge porn”) and is involved in a number of NCDII initiatives across Canada, acting as an expert advisor on the creation of British Columbia’s Civil Resolutions Tribunal (CRT) (Canada’s first online tribunal tasked with expediting the process by which targets of NCDII may seek civil recourse) and the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF)’s Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence Commission.

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