Is a plaintiff required to produce a hard drive of his Facebook account to prove that he suffered from chronic fatigue and ongoing fatigue prevented him from seeking employment?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Conrod v. Caverley, 2014 NSSC 35 (CanLII):

In Bishop v. Minichiello, 2009 BCSC 358, the plaintiff claimed to have suffered a brain injury and that ongoing fatigue prevented him from seeking employment. The defendant brought a motion for production of the hard drive in order to determine the period of time the plaintiff spent on Facebook between eleven at night and five in the morning each day.

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