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OnThis infographic is titled: IAB Canada Countdown to Quebec's New Privacy Law. September 22, 2021, Quebec passed An Act to modernize legislative provisions as regards the protection of personal information (2021, c. 25) (“the Act”) updating public and private sector privacy laws. The provisions of the Act come into force over a period of 3 years.

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Quebec’s New Privacy Legislation – Industry Guidance

This series of documents were created by leading Canadian privacy experts working with national and regional industry associations including IAB Canada. We believe a harmonized approach to privacy law across Canadian jurisdictions is important so that the rules are understandable for individuals and enterprises. Interpretations of privacy laws should be pragmatic, reasonable and focus on the privacy outcomes for individuals and practical implementation for enterprises. With this in mind, we have created what we think is appropriate guidance for interpreting some of the more challenging provisions of the Act.

English Documents French Documents
AI Disclosures Notification des traitements automatisés
Que Consent Consentement
Que Confidentiality Incident Guidance. Transparence
Que Cross Border Transfer Guidance Transferts transfrontaliers
Default Confidentiality Settings Paramètres de confidentialité par défaut
PIA Guidance Évaluations des facteurs relatifs à la vie privée
Profiling Transparency Guidance. Incidents de confidentialité


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