Teresa Scassa - Blog

Privacy
The rise of big data analytics, combined with a movement at all levels of government in Canada towards open data and the proactive disclosure of government information have created a context in which privacy interests are increasingly likely to conflict with the goals of transparency and accountability. In some cases these conflicts may be small and easily reconciled, but in other cases they may be more substantial. In addition, some means of reconciling the conflict…

Thursday, 06 August 2015 09:57

Data Security and the Rogue Employee

Written by Teresa Scassa
Data security breaches are frequently in the news, contributing to a growing anxiety regarding the security of the vast stores of personal information held by so many public and private sector organizations in Canada (and abroad). The recent passage of Bill S-4 (The Digital Privacy Act) will impose a data security breach notification requirement on private sector organizations covered by Canada‚Äôs Personal Information Protection and Privacy Act. This requirement has yet to come into effect;…

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