Companies will now have to tell Canadian consumers when their privacy is breached — and do it quickly

Amanda Connolly reports:

After close to three years, the government is finally pushing through regulations that require companies to tell Canadian consumers when their personal information is compromised.

The Digital Privacy Actbecame law in August 2015, but several of its provisions were not immediately implemented and have languished on the books pending official authorizations needed to bring them into force.

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