Public Expects Privacy Fines

Canadians expect federal regulators to fine companies that sell customers’ personal data, says in-house research for the Privacy Commissioner. Parliament in 2014 rejected a private bill to levy $500,000 penalties for corporate breaches of individual privacy: ‘Information is being collected and shared without consent.’

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