This week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup highlights a U.S. case that may have lightened the burden on plaintiffs in order to win compensation in breach cases, plus the introduction of bills inspired by the NSA’s surveillance techniques. China has amended its consumer protection law, and one Canadian provincial minister is trying to address a gap in privacy protection in the private sector by consolidating and adding laws. Meanwhile, Brazil is still considering a data protection law and the European Commission plans to push toward implementing the Data Protection Regulation by spring of 2014 despite attempts to delay it until 2015. (IAPP member login required.)
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