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The Genetic Non-Discrimination Act: Still In Force, But Uncertainty Remains
For the time being the status quo prevails and uncertainty remains, while we wait for the Supreme Court of Canada to decide the issue.
UK
9 May 2019
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The Genetic Non-Discrimination Act: One Year Later, Uncertainty Prevails
Will the prohibition against consulting genetic tests prove to be a parenthesis in Canadian legislative history, or grounds for establishing similar provincial regimes?
Canada
28 Dec 2018
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New Breach Notification Requirements In Force
Organizations are now required by law to report a data breach to the OPC, where it is reasonable to believe that it presents a real risk of significant harm to a person.
Canada
6 Nov 2018
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Loi sur la non-discrimination juridique: l'incertitude règne toujours un an plus tard
La prohibition de la consultation des tests génétiques sera-t-elle une parenthèse dans l'histoire législative canadienne, ou plutôt une prémisse pour l'instauration de régimes provinciaux au même effet?
Canada
4 Oct 2018
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Preparing For The GDPR
The new regulation promises to strengthen data protection for EU residents and protect them against data breaches.
European Union
23 May 2018
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Canadian Data Breach Notification Regulations Finalized
The Canadian government has released the final version of its Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations, which will come into force on November 1, 2018.
Canada
24 Apr 2018
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Canada Breach Notification Regime To Come Into Force In November
Québec, Alberta and British Columbia have such privacy laws in place.
Canada
11 Apr 2018
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Fuites De Données: L'action Collective Contre Yahoo
Afin notamment de protéger les consommateurs québécois, les tribunaux du Québec peuvent bel et bien juger d'un litige impliquant Yahoo malgré des clauses contraires.
Canada
8 Mar 2018
9
Data Protection - Regulatory Update
Canada's federal law relating to data privacy, PIPEDA, was amended in 2015 to require that organizations keep a record of every breach, and notify affected individuals as well as Canada's privacy regulator ...
UK
7 Feb 2018
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North America - December 6th, 2017
North America based Clyde & Co lawyers answer important questions in the Reinsurance industry.
Worldwide
11 Dec 2017
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Is Mandatory Breach Notification On The Horizon For Canada?
In Canada, the protection of personal information in the private sector is either governed by the general federal act, known as PIPEDA,[1] or one of the specific provincial privacy statutes.
Canada
9 Nov 2017
12
CyberALERT - Clyde & Co's Global Cyber Update
Welcome! This is the first edition of CyberALERT, providing up-to-date information and analysis on cyber developments, with topics and articles covering the globe.
UK
7 Nov 2017
13
Data Breaches In Canada: New Reporting Rules Released
At last, the federal government has released proposed regulations dealing with breach reporting, notification and recordkeeping for private sector data breaches.
Canada
15 Sep 2017
14
Trop peu trop tard : Loi sur la non-discrimination génétique
Le 8 mars dernier, le Parlement canadien a adopté à majorité la loi sur la non-discrimination génétique (LNDG).
Canada
19 Jul 2017
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CETA : How The Canada-Europe Trade Deal Will Affect Insurers
In February the European Parliament voted by a wide margin to approve the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)...
Worldwide
19 May 2017
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North America
North America based Clyde & Co lawyers answer important questions on the Reinsurance industry.
Canada
10 Mar 2017
17
Supreme Court Of Canada – The Solicitor-Client Privilege Not Far From Absolute
In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada has defined the scope of powers of administrative officials in adjudicating privilege issues. In Alberta (Info. and Priv. Comm.) v. Univ. of Calgary...
Canada
12 Dec 2016
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Canadian Class Actions On Data Breach: The Good Corporate Citizen And The Villains
In August, the Ontario Superior Court approved a class action settlement for a data breach claim against Home Depot whose payment card system was hacked in 2014.
Canada
21 Oct 2016
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Quebec: Mandatory Liability Coverage Can Be Annulled On The Basis Of Misrepresentations
Trust is essential in finance. It's true for investors who rely on wealth managers to invest their money for them.
Canada
15 Jun 2016
20
Online Insurance Products In Canada: Challenges For Regulators In Updating The Law
Every generation brings with it a different way of doing business. As the baby boomers leave the workplace, an entire generation weaned on the conveniences of the internet is coming to the fore of Canadian society and industry.
Canada
13 May 2016
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