Easy On Privacy Fines: Memo

Federal departments oppose a demand by MPs and the Privacy Commissioner for more fines over corporate privacy breaches, say Access To Information records. Cabinet is drafting confidential amendments to a privacy law that currently mandates fines of up to $100,000 for failing to report loss or theft of customers’ personal information: “From the public’s perspective, they don’t really care.”

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