Report: Half of tech industry workers would quit if their company uses surveillance tech

(Jun 2, 2022) More than 50% of technology industry workers said they would quit their jobs if their employer utilized workplace surveillance, according to a Morning Consul... Read More

Report: Algorithmic decision-making technology may discriminate against disabled people

(Jun 1, 2022) People with disabilities have experienced discrimination, bias and oppression as a result of automated decision-making technology, according to the Center fo... Read More

Member Spotlight: A conversation with Abhishek Tiwari

(May 24, 2022) KPMG Digital Consulting Manager Abhishek Tiwari, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, has always sought to use his professional skills to make a difference in his community. H... Read More

Op-ed: AI can empower HR professionals to be more efficient

(May 23, 2022) Artificial intelligence technology has assisted in enhancing employee experience and can help human resources professionals get ahead, AISERA investor and Bo... Read More

Companies are turning to psychological surveillance of employees to assess threats

(May 18, 2022) Companies have utilized technology that attempts to assess if an employee is trustworthy, The New York Times reports. Some software can offer nearly constant... Read More

Civil society groups ask Zoom to drop emotion-evaluative tech

(May 11, 2022) Representatives of nearly 30 civil society groups wrote a letter to Zoom CEO Eric Yuan calling on the company to cease use of software that detects users' em... Read More

Newfoundland and Labrador IPC accuses FTB Minister of shielding report

(Apr 29, 2022) Newfoundland and Labrador Information and Privacy Commissioner Michael Harvey said the provincial government must change the public disclosure law to allow h... Read More

NZ employers face issues with COVID-19 vaccine data retention

(Apr 14, 2022) Newsroom reports New Zealand employers will need to reconsider their retention of employees' COVID-19 vaccination data under the Privacy Act 2020 as the coun... Read More

Block confirms former employee stole CashApp user data

(Apr 8, 2022) In U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings, Block, formerly Square, confirmed a data breach of CashApp by a former employer, TechCrunch reports. The ... Read More

Op-ed: Ontario's Bill 88 doesn't go far enough to prevent 'bossware' abuses

(Apr 8, 2022) The proposed Bill 88 before the Ontario provincial government would require employers to inform their workers how and in what circumstances they are being mo... Read More