The proposed Consumer Privacy Protection Act (“CPPA”) is intended to replace the Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (“PIPEDA”). The current text of the CPPA will make a number of significant changes to some of the consent requirements Canadian private sector organizations must obtain.
See our previous blog about CPPA’s proposed privacy ...
Introduction to the CPPA
In June 2022, the federal government introduced Bill C-27, which proposes significant updates to Canada’s federal private sector privacy framework. Bill C-27 is currently in its second reading in the House of Commons. If passed, Bill C-27 would replace the Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act with the Consumer Privacy Protection ...
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