The government's response to the PIPEDA review included a promise to consult on possible reforms to the law, including the creation of a mandatory data breach notification requirement. On Friday, Industry Canada published the promised consultation in the Canada Gazette, asking Canadians for comments on the data breach requirement along with a series of smaller changes to Canada's national privacy law. For those that don't have PIPEDA consultation fatigue – this is effectively the third consultation on these issues in the past 18 months (the Privacy Commissioner consultation, the Ethics Committee hearings, and now the Industry Canada consultation) – the deadline for responses is January 15, 2008.
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