Adjudicator rules federal public parties need to abide by privacy laws in British Columbia


    Michael McEvoy found that B.C.’s Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) applies to every organization in the province, whether or not they are federally registered. The federal NDP, which was challenged for its collection of data in this case, could appeal the ruling and seek a stay pending the outcome. It has not yet indicated whether it will. (The Logic)

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