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Daily Dashboard | Web Conference: Canada’s Mandatory Breach Notification Law Update Related reading: AI, adtech, children's privacy in sights of ICO for 2024

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On June 18, Canada passed into law Bill S-4, The Digital Privacy Act, which made a number of important amendments to the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), many of which are now in force. The IAPP now has a web conference recording available that looks at the key changes and their potential impacts for all organizations handling personal information about Canadians. Hear Alex Cameron of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin and Peggy Byrne of CIBC discuss the new rules, how they may affect organizations and what steps need to be considered to address the new requirements. Editor’s Note: Privacy Tracker recently ran a story addressing the provisions yet to be enacted.
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