Government’s latest attempt at privacy legislation reform includes AI regulation

The Liberal government has introduced its second attempt at overhauling the country's privacy laws covering the business sector. Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne introduced Bill C-27...

Mixed reaction to Canada’s proposed cybersecurity law

One expert says the propose law isn't innovative, while another says it's 'going in the right direction'

France bans anglicisms from the gaming world

France is banning the official use of various English terms related to video gaming. The ban comes from the “Commission d’enrichissement de la langue...

Canadian government to introduce law compelling big tech to pay for news

Canada's federal government introduced a law on Tuesday to mandate tech giants to pay news publishers for using their content on their various platforms. The...

Breach notification reporting can be complicated without proper skills, tools

Reporting breaches under the Digital Privacy Act becomes complicated if a company doesn’t know when it was breached or how much data was touched by a bad actor

PIPEDA changes should prompt improved security stances and roadmap creation

The Digital Privacy Act has amended some aspects of Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), including introducing a new data breach notification requirement that is not yet in force

Court narrows ability of Ontario police to get cell phone tower records

Decision means wireless carriers in Ontario won't face orders to hand over broad amounts of data

It’s time carriers did better, says new Rogers chief

Canadian Telecom Summit: Carriers' advanced technology still isn't giving customers what they want, says Guy Laurence

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