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Canadian Privacy Law: Bill C-11 Reimagines PIPEDA for a GDPR World (Cassels Webinar)

12/08/2020

The winds of change are swirling around privacy law in Canada. The federal government has introduced Bill C-11 into Parliament, which will impose new and potentially onerous obligations on every Canadian business, backed up by significant monetary penalties.

On December 7, 2020, Cassels hosted “Canadian Privacy Law: Bill C-11 Reimagines PIPEDA for a GDPR World.” This webinar outlined what every Canadian business needs to know in order to get ready for Canada’s new privacy law, including details on:

  • Mandatory privacy management programs
  • Tighter consent rules
  • Enhanced individual control over personal information
  • Penalties of up to $10 million, or 3% of global revenue, whichever is greater

Watch the webinar here.

View presentation materials here.

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Continuing Legal Education
AB: Please consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory annual CPD plan.
BC: This program has been approved by the Law Society of British Columbia for 1 Hour of CPD (Corporate).
ON: This program contains one hour of Substantive content.

This publication is a general summary of the law. It does not replace legal advice tailored to your specific circumstances.

For more information, please contact the presenters of this program or any member of our Information Technology & Data Privacy Group.

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