David Canton is a business lawyer and trade-mark agent with a practice focusing on technology issues and technology companies. His latest post on the Harrison Pensa blog looks at the recent federal and provincial privacy commissioners’ findings on the proposed federal “lawful access” legislation:
The Federal and Ontario privacy commissioners both recently released their annual reports. Their reports contained some common themes, even though the privacy laws they enforce and their application are quite different.
Both expressed concern about the proposed federal “lawful access” legislation, Bill C-30. It’s designed to provide police with much greater ability to access and track information about individuals through communication technologies such as the Internet and smartphones, without a warrant or any judicial authorization.
Read the full post on the Harrison Pensa blog.