Canada Bill C-11 Overview Infographic
Canada Bill C-11 Overview
Canada's Bill C-11 for the Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2020 was introduced by the Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry in November 2020. If passed, Bill C-11 will apply to Canada’s private sector and will effectively replace Canada's existing federal privacy laws including the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ('PIPEDA') with the new Consumer Protection Privacy Act ('CPPA') as well as establishing the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal.
Bill C-11 signals the most significant reform of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act 2000 ('PIPEDA') since its enactment and must now go through both Houses of Parliament for consideration before it can be signed into law.
Bill C-11 Infographic
Download the Bill C-11 Overview infographic to learn more about Bill C-11 and specific areas including:
- scope of application
- enhanced consent provisions
- data subject rights
- enforcement, and
- next steps for the Bill
Further resources for Canada's Bill C-11:
- OneTrust DataGuiance Webinar: The Consumer Privacy Protection Act and its Business Impacts
- OneTrust DatGuidance Report: The Consumer Privacy Protection Act ('CPPA')
- OneTrust DataGuidance Webinar: Comparing Privacy Laws: GDPR v PIPEDA
- OneTrust DataGuidance Report: Comparing Privacy Laws: GDPR v. PIPEDA
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