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Canada Dashboard Digest | Op-ed: Canadian privacy laws stuck in the past, updates ‘imperative’ Related reading: CPPA board charts course for CPRA rulemaking

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The Toronto Star’s Editorial Board wrote Canada’s privacy laws are stuck in the past and updates are “imperative.” The board said Canada’s Privacy Act, enacted in 1983, and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, enacted in 2001, are in “urgent need of modernization.” Using outdated laws to “govern our use of information is like using rules designed for the horse and buggy to regulate the operation of the motor vehicle,” the board said.
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