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Dufresne says proposed bill must still limit the collection, use and disclosure of personal information of customers and employees

Federal court backs Facebook in fight with Canada’s privacy commissioner

Judge rules that under Canadian law Facebook wasn't responsible for privacy failure in the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Canadian privacy commissioner to probe ChatGPT

An unnamed complainant alleges the developers of the chatbot collected and disclosed personal information without consent

Breaking news: Canadian privacy commissioners investigating TikTok

Canada's federal privacy commissioner, along with three provincial privacy commissioners, has started an investigation into TikTok, examining how the video-streaming platform collects the personal...

Data Privacy Week: Some Canadian firms have ‘shortcomings’ in treating privacy, says regulator

The federal privacy commissioner reminds firms of four consent-related problems listed in his most recent annual report

Federal privacy commissioner silent on proposed new privacy act for businesses

Annual report of the federal privacy commissioner notes the office only got reports of five cyber attacks during a 12 month period

Get rid of unencrypted email, fax in health sector, urge Canadian privacy regulators

Privacy czars call on governments, hospitals and medical proividers to create a modern and secure digital infrastructure

Phillippe Dufresne nominated to be next Canadian privacy commissioner

Philippe Dufresne is a former general counsel to the Canadian Human Rights Commission

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