Archive for February 27th, 2012

Canadian Library Association Posts Its Technical Amendments to Bill C-11

The Canadian Library Association has posted its proposed technical amendments to Bill C-11. The CLA suggests two changes: one on alternative formats (it argues the bill is more restrictive than a proposed international treaty at WIPO) and one on digital locks. The digital lock proposal is one that should enjoy […]

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February 27, 2012 8 comments News

Could ‘Lawful Access’ Jeopardize Canada’s Adequacy Status with EU?

Constantine Karbaliotis, Chief Privacy Officer Americas for Mercer, has an interesting blog post that raises the question of whether Bill C-30 might jeopardize Canada’s adequacy status with the European Union. The adequacy status, which confirms Canadian privacy meets the EU Data Protection Directive standard, was obtained with the enactment of […]

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February 27, 2012 1 comment News