Canada’s privacy laws inadequate for digital age, watchdog says

Jennifer Stoddart

Canadians’ trust in the digital economy is at risk because our laws don’t have enough teeth to compel companies to protect consumers’ privacy, Canada’s privacy commissioner says.

“It is increasingly clear that the law is not up to the task of meeting the challenges of today – and certainly not those of tomorrow,” Jennifer Stoddart said Thursday when she released a report recommending changes to Canadian privacy legislation governing the private sector.

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