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Your source for the most important privacy and data protection news from Canada.

Web con: 'Privacy List Live, August 2018'

The IAPP Privacy List has been a longstanding resource for privacy professionals to use to ask questions and receive guidance with one another. On Aug. 21, privacy professionals from around the world will be answering your questions on the most pressing topics within the industry in the latest insta...
Roundup: Kenya, Israel, India, US and more
In this week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup, read about a recent proposal in Australia that would require encrypted data to be shared with law enforcement if deemed relevant to an investigation. India’s government seeks comments on its draft data protection bill. In Kenya, the ICT Ministry ha...
EDPL Young Scholars Award opens call for papers
The European Data Protection Law Review has opened a call for papers for master's and Ph.D. students interested in privacy. "The contribution must deal with a data protection issue and address it from a European perspective," the news release states, adding, "The preferred approach is legal, but int...
Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, August 17, 2018
Kris Klein, CIPM, CIPP/C, FIP
There’s an excellent opinion piece this week in The Globe and Mail by Professor Colin Bennett from British Columbia. I’ve mentioned Colin before in this space — mostly when talking about the dire need to subject Canada’s political parties to stricter privacy laws. As you might have guessed, his opin...
How 2018 has changed privacy expectations
The Economist reports that 2018 will be remembered as the year that privacy law started to catch up to the internet and began replacing long-held beliefs of how information is collected and shared. Starting with the Supreme Court ruling in Carpenter v. United States and the implementation of the EU ...