Privacy Law Can’t Protect People From Own Ignorance

Heather Black, Canada’s Assistant Privacy Commissioner, has provided an update on Canada’s privacy legislation. Black notes that there may be a communications gap between business and consumers but adds that "there’s really a limit to how far we can go to protect people from their own ignorance." Professor Geist comments on recent privacy developments. see: Consumers taking business to task over rights under new privacy law also see: BC Order

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