IAB Canada – Policy Pulse

Bill C-27 – Federal Privacy and AI Legislation  The fate of Bill C-27 which includes a PIPEDA overhaul (CPPA) and new regulation governing the use of AI (AIDA) is back in the house as the Standing Committee on Industry and…

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Bill C-27 is Back in the House

Canada’s Digital Charter (Bill C-27) made its way back onto the order paper last week at the Standing Committee on Industry and Technology (INDU). This important legislation has been top of mind for all Canadians and is comprised of three…

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IAB Canada – Policy Update

Countdown to Quebec Privacy Compliance The bulk of Quebec’s new privacy law requirements come into effect on September 22nd and according to a recent survey of 100 plus organizations, conducted in partnership with Gowling WLG, there are still several concerns…

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It’s Raining Regulation – An IAB Canada Policy Update

Privacy Continues to Heat Up Privacy professionals are gathering from all corners of our country for the annual IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium in Toronto. This year’s conference will undoubtedly focus on the status of the federal Bill C-27 (which is…

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A Precedent-Setting Case for Omni-Channel Consent

An interesting privacy case emerged last week involving Home Depot. The case provides some clear guidance on an area of vulnerability for most retailers around obtaining consent – point of sale. Last week the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of…

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