Fox Rothschild LLP (JD Supra Canada)

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  • Canada Data Privacy Regulator: Limited Circumstances Allow Data Collection Without Consent

    Canada’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner weighs in on data processing under COVID-19: “There are some circumstances under which organizations may collect, use or disclose personal information without consent, including:...

  • Canadian Privacy Officials Urge Update Of Country’s Data Privacy Laws

    Information and Privacy Ombudspersons and Commissioners from across Canada are urging their governments to modernize access to information and privacy laws some of which have not been updated in 35 years.

  • Canada Releases One-Year Report On National Breach Reporting Law

    On November 1st of last year, businesses became subject to new mandatory breach reporting regulations under Canada’s federal private sector privacy law, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).

  • Canada: Consent Not Needed To Transfer Personal Data To Other Countries

    Consent is not needed for the transfer of personal data from Canada to other countries, says the Canadian Office of the Privacy Commissioner. Following a consultation on transfers of personal information for processing, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has concluded that its guidelines for processing personal data across borders will remain unchanged under the current law.

  • Canada’s Digital Charter Will Shape Changes To Its Privacy Law

    Canada has introduced a Digital Charter that will entail considerable changes to its privacy law, PIPEDA. The principles are: Universal Access: equal opportunity to participate in the digital world and the tools to do so.

  • Canadian Privacy Commissioner Seeks Comments On Cross Border Transfer Policy

    The Canadian Office of the Privacy Commissioner has issued a “consultation on cross border transfers,” detailing its policy and seeking comments from stakeholders.

  • Canada’s New Trademark Laws

    Earlier this month, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (“CIPO”) published a new set of Trademark Regulations and announced that amendments to Canada’s trademark laws will go into effect on June 17, 2019. The CIPO’s website describes the regulatory initiative as “accession to trademark treaties and modernization of Canada’s trademark regime.”

  • Traveling to Canada? Be aware of new rules!

    The Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) issued a message on May 10, 2016 to all Legal Permanent Residents (“LPRs”) of the U.S. traveling to Canada by air.  CBSA advised that changes to entry requirements are now in effect. Below are the highlights...

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