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Canada Dashboard Digest | Op-ed: Ontario's Bill 88 doesn't go far enough to prevent 'bossware' abuses Related reading: Cloud data-loss prevention startup designed to identify 'sensitive' data in apps

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The proposed Bill 88 before the Ontario provincial government would require employers to inform their workers how and in what circumstances they are being monitored electronically while they work remotely. However, Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner Patricia Kosseim writes in the Toronto Star that Bill 88 does not go far enough to protect workers’ privacy. Remote workplace surveillance should be used only to appropriately maintain the employer-employee relationship. Kosseim advocated for a comprehensive provincial private sector privacy law where employees could seek damages if their employer overreached using company “bossware.”
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