Canada Federal Privacy Bill: Reaction & Analysis
Canada's Federal Privacy Bill
On 17 November 2020, a bill to reform Canada's privacy landscape was introduced to the House of Commons. The bill would enact a new federal privacy law through the Consumer Privacy Protection Act ('CPPA') and would also enact the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal Act for the creation of an administrative tribunal to hear appeals on the CPPA.
Reaction & Analysis Webinar
OneTrust DataGuidance was joined by an expert panel from Borden Ladner Gervais LLP and Farmers Edge for a reactionary webinar looking at the new Canada Federal Privacy Bill and what benefits and challenges it may present.
In this webinar, we discussed:
- Initial reactions on the introduction of this bill;
- Main changes for individuals and industry;
- Challenges that may be faced legislatively and with later compliance; and
- What we can expect moving forward.