Month: December 2018

Security Breaches and PIPEDA – Answers to Questions You Asked

I was asked many questions by a very engaged audience prior to, during and after a 2018 LexisNexis Canada webinar on the new breach of security safeguards provisions of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). For the… Read More ›

Just how narrow is the tort of intrusion upon seclusion?

Enthusiasts for the tort of intrusion upon seclusion as the new frontier for holding organizations and their employees to account for privacy-related wrongs will need to regroup after the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s decision in Broutzas v. Rouge Valley… Read More ›

The GDPR & Canadian businesses: applying the EDPB’s draft guidance

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has released draft Guidelines on the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The consultation period closes on January 18, 2019. Even though the Guidelines are not final, there are several very… Read More ›

Tips for handling a breach like a pro: part three

A couple of weeks ago, I participated in a timely and lively LexisNexis Canada webinar on “How to Handle a Data Breach Like a Pro.” The webinar is free and archived for you to view. For the past two Wednesdays,… Read More ›