Articles Related to privacy legislation

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.'

Opposition still demands full wording of planned federal privacy, AI laws

Parliamentary committee demands government produce complete wording of amendments by Friday

Proposed overhaul of Canada’s private sector privacy law ‘a step in the right direction’: Commissioner

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

Cyber Security Today, Week in Review for the week ending Friday, April 28, 2023

This episode includes a discussion on the merits of the supervised super-penetration tests major Canadian banks and insurance companies will have to undergo

Analytics Unleashed: Why Canadian data pros need to watch proposed privacy bills, court decisions

Most data analytics staff worry about number crunching and outputs. But a lawyer has warned IT pros that proposed legislation before Parliament should also...

Governance 101 – Why it matters now more than ever

There is a sentiment out there among some that data governance, defined by Informatica, as a set of principles, standards and practices that ensures...

Industry minister to address Canadian marketers on proposed privacy law

Speech today will support the Liberal government's second attempt at privacy law reform

Quebec’s privacy bill 64: Is your business ready?

Certain provisions of the "An Act to modernize legislative provisions for the protection of personal information" (formerly known as Bill 64) will come into...

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