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Since the Internet revolution of the 1990s, privacy has become a vital concern. The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act came into full effect on January 1, 2004, bringing with it countless new decisions on privacy law.
Led by a team of renowned privacy experts whose experience spans government, private practice, industry and academia Canadian Privacy Law Review will keep you up to date on the latest developments in this fast-changing field.
Published every month, each 12-page issue of the Canadian Privacy Law Review will feature:
- In-depth analysis of Canadian issues
- Reports of international privacy cases
- Notable findings of the federal privacy commissioner on PIPEDA complaints
- Expert insight from leading privacy specialists
No other publication on the market will cover the Canadian privacy landscape in this fashion.
Canadian Privacy Law Reviewis available in three convenient subscription formats: Print only, Print + PDF or PDF only. The PDF version can be posted on your firm's Intranet so that all staff may benefit from this information-packed newsletter. Please note that the PDF version may be used for Internal Distribution only.
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