A bill that has received broad party support for years is still moving forward at a snails pace. It’s only advanced by a single stage.
The Lawful Access debate could soon rear its ugly head again in Canada. This was buried in a money laundering consultation.
Meta has been hit by a €1.2 billion fine by the Irish DPC. This for transferring personal data to the US.
New privacy rules are finally on the way. Canadians who have waited over 5 years for such reforms, however, will be disappointed.
An article in the Niagara Falls Review argues that Canada needs age verification, but the case presented for it is pitifully weak.
The Canadian government is, once again, saying that they will move ahead with privacy reform after more than 5 years of foot dragging.
TikTok has now responded to the so-called “concerns” about security and privacy by asking questions about what the government is on about.
The Canadian government has chosen to ban TikTok from government devices for “security concerns”. The move seems to be pure performance.
Headlines have said that TikTok is facing a privacy “investigation” in Canada. It faces an enormous uphill battle.
The seemingly dead debate surrounding lawful access is potentially making a return with a case currently before the Supreme Court.