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Ottawa and provinces should harmonize privacy laws, says think tank

In a discussion paper on proposed privacy legislation now before Parliament the C.D. Howe Institute offers ways the law could be implemented, including the creation of a public-private council to review the effectiveness of privacy laws

Fundamental privacy rights of Canadian should trump business rights in conflicts, says ex-privacy czar

Both privacy and innovation can be pursued at the same time, a former privacy commissioner told Parliament. But in the rate cases they conflict privacy as a fundamental right should take precedence.'

Search engines, social media platforms to come under Canada’s AI law, says government

Planned changes to proposed legislation are in letter from Innovation Minister to parliamentary committee

Canadians want action on privacy, harmful internet content: CIRA poll

77 per cent of respondents to CIRA poll say they want more power for federal privacy commissioner

B.C. privacy commissioner says privacy laws alone can’t restrain big tech’s ‘predatory behaviour’

Governments will have to use more than updated privacy laws if they want to stop technology companies from leveraging disinformation and lies for profit, says British Columbia's information and privacy commissioner.

Firms will need at least 18 months to prepare for new federal privacy law, Rogers official says businesses should start now

There's a lot to digest in the proposed Consumer Privacy Protection Act, telco's chief privacy officer told a webinar. Read why

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