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Watching the Watchers – Bill 88 and Electronic Monitoring Policy Requirements Webinar Part 2
October 19, 2022 at 10:30am ET
A live repeat of the Employee Monitoring Watching the Watchers Webinar by The Privacy Pro, Spring Law and nNovation LLP to assist organizations be compliant with the Ontario Bill 88 that took effect on October 11, 2022. The webinar offered guidance on privacy law , employment law and tactical privacy components surrounding employee monitoring. Click here for more details on Employee Monitoring Service package.
Watching the Watchers – Bill 88 and Electronic Monitoring Policy Requirements Webinar Part 1
September 20, 2022 at 3pm ET
An Employee Monitoring webinar hosted through a partnership with Spring Law and nNovation LLP to provide specific guidance on how Ontario companies must prepare to be compliant with the Ontario Bill 88 before the October 11 deadline. The regulation requires employers with more than 25 employees to publish policies outlining their employee monitoring activities.
The Employee Monitoring Service package is available to help organizations publish policies that take privacy in to account.
Informal Drop-in Discussion: Bill C-27
June 20, 2022 at 2pm ET
An informal drop-in discussion among privacy professionals held over zoom to discuss Bill C-27 proposed by the Federal government on 16 June 2022. The Bill, among other things, seeks to strengthen privacy protection for children, impose fines for non-compliant digital platforms and introduce new rules for the utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The industry patiently waits for the Bill to be debated in the House of Commons during fall.
Our thoughts are outlined in our Bill C-27 blog post and the Serious Privacy Podcast.
Privacy Showcase: Menstruation Nation
Time to Party!
May 25, 2022 at 5:30pm ET
A reception to celebrate the opportunity to get together in person with privacy colleagues after a long period of Covid-19 gathering restrictions. We took advantage of the platform to profile and raise money toward the Menstruation Nation app, a first of its kind app that does not require any personal information. The app was developed by The Period Purse, a charity organization that strives to achieve menstrual equity, in partnership with Members of the University of Toronto Blueprint, a Computer Science club with a mission of creating software for social good.
Informal Drop-in Discussion: CNIL Position on Data Processors
January 17, 2022 at 1:30pm ET
An informal drop-in session for industry professionals to share views following the French privacy regulator (CNIL)’s position on data processors’ re-use of personal data for own purposes, including improving products or developing new ones.
In short, the position implied that when re-using the data for its own purposes, including improving its products, the processor becomes a controller.