Episode 207: The State of Digital Law and Policy in Canada as Parliament Breaks for the Summer

June 24, 2024 00:37:35
Episode 207: The State of Digital Law and Policy in Canada as Parliament Breaks for the Summer
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Episode 207: The State of Digital Law and Policy in Canada as Parliament Breaks for the Summer

Jun 24 2024 | 00:37:35

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Show Notes

Parliament adjourned for the summer last week, meaning both the House of Commons and Senate are largely on hold until mid-September. The Law Bytes podcast focuses intensively on Canadian legislative and digital policy developments and with another Parliamentary year in the books, this week’s episode takes a look back and take stock of where things stand. It features discussion on the implementation of the Internet streaming and news bills (C-11 and C-18) as well as an analysis of the current state of privacy, AI, online harms, and digital tax as found in Bills C-27, C-63, C-69, S-210 and C-27.

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