Privacy and data

Ontario seeking input on provincial privacy law, lawyers say Canada’s privacy regime needs update

Ontario seeking input on provincial privacy law, lawyers say Canada’s privacy regime needs update

Better data protection necessary to regulate AI and spur innovation: Éloïse Gratton

Groups share submissions to consultation for proposed Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence Framework

Groups share submissions to consultation for proposed Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence Framework

Draft commitments in framework aim to boost public trust in AI and to address risks

Feds should guarantee health information will not be shared with immigration authorities: law prof

Feds should guarantee health information will not be shared with immigration authorities: law prof

Undocumented migrants hesitant to test and vaccinate for COVID, fear exposure of immigration status

Ontario to introduce detectors for contraband cell phones in adult correctional facilities

Ontario to introduce detectors for contraband cell phones in adult correctional facilities

These devices are expected to be fully operational by summer 2021

Ruling shows certification ‘meaningful screening device’ in privacy class actions, says lawyer

Ruling shows certification ‘meaningful screening device’ in privacy class actions, says lawyer

Speculative evidence in support of common issues ‘can be fatal to certification’

Information and Privacy Commissioner to host webcast on surveillance tech and police

Information and Privacy Commissioner to host webcast on surveillance tech and police

There is a tension between privacy rights and increased use of AI and biometric tools in policing