This article posted on our partner site discusses how the Canadian privacy law underwent many changes in 2017. To ensure your privacy policies are secure, David B. Elder and Michael Rosenstock of Stikeman Elliot LLP detail ten major Canadian privacy law developments of 2017. The authors identify key developments ranging from the privacy of text messages to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, soon to take effect. It’s important to keep up-to-date on privacy law developments as a well-structured privacy policy may save you, or your client, legal trouble.


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