Teresa Scassa - Blog

Blog
  Bill C-11, the Act to reform Canada’s private sector data protection legislation – contains a new provision – one that has no equivalent in the current Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. Section 39 will permit the disclosure of an individual’s personal information without their knowledge or consent where that the disclosure is for “socially beneficial purposes.” This post examines the proposed exception. In the course of their commercial activities, many private sector…

  The federal government’s new Bill C-11 to reform its antiquated private sector data protection law has landed on Parliament’s Order Paper at an interesting moment for Ontario. Earlier this year, Canada’s largest province launched a consultation on whether it should enact its own private sector data protection law that would apply instead of the federal law to intraprovincial activities. The federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act was enacted in 2000, a time…

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>
Page 2 of 60

Canadian Trademark Law

Published in 2015 by Lexis Nexis

Canadian Trademark Law 2d Edition

Buy on LexisNexis

Electronic Commerce and Internet Law in Canada, 2nd Edition

Published in 2012 by CCH Canadian Ltd.

Electronic Commerce and Internet Law in Canada

Buy on CCH Canadian

Intellectual Property for the 21st Century

Intellectual Property Law for the 21st Century:

Interdisciplinary Approaches

Purchase from Irwin Law