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Canada’s Privacy Commissioner’s Office Is Furious, and he’s Deleting their Facebook Page

April 25, 2019

A blistering report issued by Canada’s and British Columbia’s Privacy Commissioners accuses Facebook of violating Canadian law following their joint investigation into the Cambridge Analytica scandal—and then refusing to comply with the Commissioner’s recommendations to make sure it doesn’t happen again. Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien states in a press release that Facebook’s “privacy framework […]

CCLA at the Supreme Court: Privacy Lost

April 19, 2019

Brenda McPhail Director of Privacy, Technology & Surveillance Project bmcphail@ccla.org         It’s a loss for privacy in a disappointing Supreme Court decision released April 18 in R v Mills. The Court issued four different reasons in this decision, a reflection of the complicated issues at stake in a case that combines a […]

Tell us what you think of Bill C-51

Privacy Day Survey: Tell CCLA Your Privacy Priorities for 2017

Letter to Prime Minister regarding refugee measures in Budget bill

April 11, 2019

Letter from Amnesty International Canada (English Branch), British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Canadian Council for Refugees 11 April 2019 The Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, P.C., M.P. Prime Minister of Canada 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A2 Dear Prime Minister Trudeau, We are […]