The CBC reports that a Canadian cyber-security strategy may be unveiled this fall.
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Bill C-61 includes two exceptions relevant for researchers: an exception at Section 41.13 limited to encryption research (unlike the U.S. DMCA, encryption research is not defined) and security testing at Section 41.15, which could be construed to include security research on computer or network vulnerabilities. The impact of the anti-circumvention […]
iOptOut.ca has now been used by tens of thousands of Canadians since its launch a couple of weeks ago. Many people asked for secure data entry via SSL encryption and we've now added that for additional security.
The federal government yesterday introduced much-needed identity theft legislation. Bill C-27 includes several important provisions focusing on identity theft such as trafficking in documents and identity information. Key provisions include: making, possessing, transferring, or selling "identity documents" of another person becomes an offence punishable with up to five years in […]
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 […]