Canada’s Privacy Overhaul: Deep Dive into Key Topics (Two-part Series)

On November 16, 2020, the federal government introduced the Consumer Privacy Protection Act and the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal Act, a significant overhaul of Canada’s private sector privacy legislation. Drawing inspiration from sources ranging from Canada’s existing Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, the new law represents the most significant change to Canadian privacy law in 20 years.

Our multi-disciplinary panel will look at the proposed legislation from different perspectives and talk about what steps organizations should take to get ready for compliance.

The two-part webinar presentation tackled key issues surrounding Canada’s privacy overhaul and what that will mean for your organization.

Part One – February 24, 2021

  • New Data Subject Rights
  • Consent and Consent Exceptions
  • De-Identification
  • Tribunal/Litigation/Private Right of Action
  • New Data Governance / Policies

Speakers: Jade Buchanan, Daniel Glover, Karine Joizil, Gillian KerrBarry Sookman, Susan Wortzman

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Part Two- March 3, 2021

  • Cross-Border Transfers
  • Service Provider Obligations
  • AI/Automated Decision Systems
  • Employment Issues
  • Class Action Developments

Speakers: Justine LindnerCharles MorganMichael Rosenberg, Michael SchermanDana Siddle

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