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Why I Installed the COVID Alert App

The Canadian government officially released COVID Alert, its exposure notification app, on Friday. Ontario is the first province to use it with plans to implement it in the Atlantic provinces and B.C. in the near future (other provinces may follow). I posted several tweets about the app, including one that received hundreds of likes and retweets indicating that I have installed it (the tweet included links to the Apple and Android versions of the app). Given the interest, this post expands on the tweet by explaining what the app does and doesn’t do and why I think the government has done a good job of addressing many associated concerns.

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August 2, 2020 39 comments News
What Personal Data Journal covered in Issue 3. by Phil Wolff (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Data Rules in Modern Trade Agreements: The Video

Earlier this month, CIGI posted my essay contribution to its series on data governance in the digital age. Data Rules in Modern Trade Agreements: Toward Reconciling an Open Internet with Privacy and Security Safeguards focuses on the policy challenges associated with including data provisions in trade agreements such as the TPP and NAFTA. I also sat down with CIGI for a short video on the essay. It is embedded below.

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April 18, 2018 Comments are Disabled News

Privacy Commissioner Releases Guidelines for Processing Data Across Borders

In time for Data Privacy Day 2009, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has released new Guidelines for Processing Data Across Borders.  The guidelines provides background on leading PIPEDA decisions.

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January 28, 2009 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

Rogers Results Underscore “Absence of Price Wars”

The Globe and Mail reports on Rogers Communications strong performance fueled by high data pricing in Canada.

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February 24, 2008 4 comments Must Reads