Fact Check: What's Changed Since the GDPR for Canadian Companies? (Recording) 

Jun. 13, 2019
Online

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Presented by the CBA Privacy and Access Section

Fact Check: What's Changed Since the GDPR for Canadian Companies?


The General Data Protection Regulation transformed the protection regulation landscape. The California Consumer Privacy Act will come into effect on January 1, 2020. How are Canadian companies dealing with and preparing for the extraterritorial effects of these laws? Some privacy advocates welcome these extraterritorial effects because they raise the possibility of compliance to the strictest global standards by organizations. How big is the gap between the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and these new foreign laws? Is a risk-based approach reasonable? This webinar will dispel common myths around extraterritoriality and provide guidance for lawyers advising companies wishing to limit the application of the GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act in their activities at home and abroad. 

Questions covered: 

  • How do the GDPR and CCPA apply to Canadian organizations?
  • What are the practical differences between Canadian and foreign privacy protection laws?
  • What types of cross-border enforcement mechanisms exist, such as cooperation agreements with Canadian regulators?
  • What are the practical risks that Canadian organizations face with respect to enforcement?
  • What to do with a notice from an EU data protection authority or the California AG?

 

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    DATE & TIME
    June 13, 2019
    12:00pm-1:30pm Eastern Time

    FORMAT
    Recording

    COST
    CBA members: $125 
    Non-members: $250 
    Plus applicable taxes

    MEMBER GROUP RATE
    $1,500 
    Plus applicable taxes

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