Canadian businesses must be able to adapt to future direction of local privacy laws
Lawyer explains why that’s a problem
Use of data and technology must not come at the expense of privacy, says commissioner
An industry report has concluded that Canadian businesses are overconfident when it comes to information security, and law firms are not exempt, with human error the top cause of data breaches in the sector.
Amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act will require private companies to register “individuals with significant control.”
Technological development in vehicles that are becoming increasingly connected to the digital world is outpacing the laws developed to protect the privacy of consumers, say lawyers.