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    Monday, 25 July 2022 06:34

    Bill C-27 and Children’s Privacy

    Written by Teresa Scassa
    Note: This is the fifth in a series of posts on Canada's Bill C-27 which, among other things, will reform Canada's private sector data protection law. Bill C-27, the bill to amend Canada’s existing private sector data protection law, gives particular attention to the privacy rights of minors in a few instances. This is different from the current law, and it is a change since the previous (failed) reform bill, Bill C-11. The additions to…

    As part of my series on Bill C-27, I will be writing about both the proposed amendments to Canada’s private sector data protection law and the part of the Bill that will create a new Artificial Intelligence and Data Act (AIDA). So far, I have been writing about privacy, and my posts on consent, de-identification, data-for-good, and the right of erasure are already available. Posts on AIDA, will follow, although I still have a bit…

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