The Canadian government passed Bill S-4, and the law is now in effect. What does this mean for you?
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Simply put, the Digital Privacy Act enacted three main laws, and these should all cause businesses to rethink their data security practices.
First, Bill S-4 enforces the law that organizations must keep records of all their data breaches, big or small. The cost and administrative implications are vast when companies need to store that extra data.
Second, under the Digital Privacy Act, businesses are legally obliged to report all breaches. This means that data breaches will cause even more reputational harm.
Third, new laws make it legal for personal information to be disclosed to other businesses, associations and governments without corporate or individual consent and without oversight from courts.
Therefore, data is now at risk from not only government surveillance, but other companies can just claim that they have reason to see your data.
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