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  • Ontario's New Digital and Data Strategy

      Ontario launched its Digital and Data Strategy on April 30, 2021, in a the document, titled Building a Digital Ontario. The Strategy – based on a consultation process announced late in 2019 – is built around four main themes. These are “equipped to succeed”, “safe and secure”, “connected” and “sup … Read more »

  • How Might Bill C-11 Affect the Outcome of a Clearview AI-type Complaint?

      A joint ruling from the federal Privacy Commissioner and his provincial counterparts in Quebec, B.C., and Alberta has found that U.S.-based company Clearview AI breached Canadian data protection laws when it scraped photographs from social media websites to create the database it used to support i … Read more »

  • Data Mobility (Portability) in Canada's Bill C-11

      This post is the third in a series that considers the extent to which the Digital Charter Implementation Act (Bill C-11) by overhauling Canada’s federal private sector data protection law, implements the principles contained in the government’s Digital Charter. This post addresses the fourth princ … Read more »

  • How do new data protection enforcement provisions in Canada's Bill C-11 measure up?

      This post is the second in a series that considers the extent to which the Digital Charter Implementation Act, by overhauling Canada’s federal private sector data protection law, implements the principles contained in the government’s Digital Charter. It addresses the tenth principle of the Charte … Read more »

  • The Gutting of Consent in Bill C-11

      Bill C-11, the bill to reform Canada’s private sector data protection regime, is titled the Digital Charter Implementation Act. The Digital Charter is a 10-point plan set out by the federal government to frame its digital agenda. This is the first of a series of posts that considers Bill C-11 in l … Read more »