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Thursday, 06 August 2015 09:57

Data Security and the Rogue Employee

Written by Teresa Scassa
Data security breaches are frequently in the news, contributing to a growing anxiety regarding the security of the vast stores of personal information held by so many public and private sector organizations in Canada (and abroad). The recent passage of Bill S-4 (The Digital Privacy Act) will impose a data security breach notification requirement on private sector organizations covered by Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Privacy Act. This requirement has yet to come into effect;…

The Pan Am/Parapan Am Games are set to open in Toronto on July 10, 2015. As with any other major sporting event, these Games raise the possibility of ambush marketing – a form of marketing activity designed to take advantage of public interest in a high profile event. Major event organizers (including the International Olympic Committee, FIFA, and others) see ambush marketing as a threat to their ability to obtain top dollar for lucrative sponsorship…

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