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Cybersecurity Q&A

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Oct 14, 2016

On October 14 2016, Blakes Lawyers released a Q&A on what Canadian companies need to know about the EU’s new data protection law.

It is trite to point out that information crosses national borders today at an unprecedented rate and with very few barriers. A consequence of this unconstrained international flow of information is that domestic data protection laws increasingly have implications abroad. The recent overhaul in the European Union’s data protection laws is a prime example of this, which will have implications for Canadian organizations of all sizes and types.

Review the Q&A on Blakes website.

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