The goal of the meetings is to gradually align the regulators’ approaches to privacy and better understand domestic rules in each jurisdiction.
Six-month initiative to identify potential deportees used technology that has come under intense scrutiny in recent years.
A proposed class action suit has been launched against Dell Technologies on behalf of thousands of Canadians whose personal information was compromised in a data breach.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (the OPC) yesterday outlined recommendations for regulating the use of artificial intelligence, […]
Alberta and B.C. privacy commissioners has no authority to levy fines against the any companies that violate Canadians’ personal information, […]
Cadillac Fairview – one of North America’s largest commercial real estate companies – embedded cameras inside their digital information kiosks […]
Two Facebook users are seeking damages on behalf of hundreds of thousands of Canadians whose personal data may have been […]
Members of the intelligence-sharing alliance Five Eyes, along with government representatives for Japan and India, have published a statement over […]
If you’re one of many Canadians who’ve considered alternative measures to block robocalls to your smartphone, a consumer agency says […]