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Unauthorized overtime? You may still be obligated to pay it.

Exploring the legalities of employer vs. employee, when overtime worked has not been pre-approved in advance of working.

Understanding Canadian Cybersecurity Laws: Measuring up — Outlining existing federal cybersecurity legislation in Canada, the UK, Australia, and the US (Article 8)

In this article, we will outline the relevant national privacy and cybersecurity-related laws currently in effect in the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United States, as fellow common law countries.

Understanding Canadian cybersecurity laws: ‘Insert something clever here’ — Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (Article 5)

This article in the Understanding Canadian Cybersecurity Laws series will focus on Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), which is the federal law dealing with spam and other electronic threats

Understanding Canadian cybersecurity laws: Interpersonal privacy and cybercrime — Criminal Code of Canada (Article 4)

In this article, we will venture into the realm of Canadian cybersecurity laws as they relate to interpersonal privacy, data breaches, network attacks, and other computer-related activities of a criminally malicious nature.

Understanding Canadian cybersecurity laws: Privacy protection in the modern marketplace — PIPEDA (Article 3)

In this article, we will focus on the laws regulating private sector access to, use of, and disclosure of personal information as established in the PIPEDA.

Understanding Canadian cybersecurity laws: Privacy and access to information, the Acts (Article 2)

The Privacy Act and the Access to Information Act were both implemented by the Canadian federal government in 1985 and have acted as a starting point for more recent legislation and privacy laws.

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