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  • Why you should mark Data Privacy Day on your calendar

    Thursday, January 28, 2021 is Data Privacy Day. It’s an annual international event to raise awareness and promote privacy and best practices when it comes to protecting our data.Harrison Pensa’s Privacy and Technology Law Group signed up as a 2021 Data Privacy Champion committed to encouraging indiv … Read more »

  • Practice candour when facing security breach

    ©putilov_denis – stock.adobe.com Businesses that have a privacy breach are required to notify the Privacy Commissioner and anyone whose information was compromised depending on criteria under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and other privacy statutes. The PI … Read more »

  • Tech predictions for 2021

    This week’s blog departs from the usual format to bring my annual predictions. 2020 was the year we all want to forget, but never will. Let’s hope that we get back to some kind of normal in 2021.Here are some things to watch for in 2021.1. Privacy reform2021 will be a big year for privacy. We have a … Read more »

  • Holiday Traditions for the Internet Age

    This year we’re all going to be faced with the difficulty of missing out on holiday traditions so we can protect our families and those we love. We would like to humbly propose that you consider starting a few new holiday traditions that will also help protect those who are close to you.A couple of … Read more »

  • Are Email Footers Legally Binding?

    Most organizations set up email with a standard footer that refers to confidentiality and other issues. Have you ever wondered if they are needed, legally effective, or actually effective? The short answer is, for the most part, no, no, and no.Harrison Pensa’s standard footer has contact information … Read more »