Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal: A Leap Forward?

On June 16, 2022, the Canadian government introduced Bill C-27, which introduced three Acts meant to modernize federal privacy laws. Learn more about The Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal, which will have jurisdiction over all appeals regarding a decision following an inquiry, a compliance order, and the recommendation of administrative penalties for contravention of the CPPA, made by the Privacy Commissioner. With privacy being a growing concern for individuals and increased powers being granted under the CPPA to the Privacy Commissioner regarding enforcement, the Tribunal may quickly become under-resourced.


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