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Canada Dashboard Digest | Op-ed: Weak enforcement provisions of Canada's Bill C-27 make penalties 'a marketing slogan' Related reading: South Korea, UK finalize adequacy decision

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Digital technology contributes to threats against democratic norms around the world, former Privacy Commissioner of Canada Daniel Therrien writes in an op-ed for the Toronto Star. He argued the solutions in proposed Bill C-27 are not strong enough to rein in technology companies from pursuing “profit over respect for democratic values.” He also said C-27 “will not provide effective protection to individuals, in part due to weak enforcement provisions” and the claim that the bill "will create the most important penalties among G7 countries" is simply marketing.
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