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CANADIAN SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: Deputy Commissioner propose changing the law governing the National DNA Databank

November 29, 2023 Gregory Smolynec, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s (OPC) Deputy Commissioner, Policy and Promotion, appeared before the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs today to discuss Bill S-231, the Increasing the Identification of Criminals Through the Use of DNA Act. He was joined by Lacey Batalov, Director, Government Advisory, and Nadia Sayed, Legal Counsel. The Bill would expand the circumstances under which DNA samples may be taken from offenders and retained to solve other…

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SWISS SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: Oracle: No concerns for people living in Switzerland

The operations which are the focus of unlawful data processing allegations against Oracle America, Inc. in the USA do not affect the Swiss population. The FDPIC has terminated its investigations and decided not to bring formal proceedings. The FDPIC informed the public on 27.09.2022 that it had taken note of the allegations made against Oracle America, Inc. in a US class action and was examining them for possible violations of the personality rights of persons living in Switzerland. According to…

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SWISS SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: 30th Annual Report 2022/2023: New law strengthens the FDPIC

The totally revised Data Protection Act, including its implementing legislation, comes into force on 1 September 2023. The FDPIC’s work to ensure a smooth transition to the new law is proceeding according to plan. The new website will be continuously updated and the reporting portals accessible there will all be in operation by the date the new law comes into force. From this point on, the FDPIC will gradually expand its investigative activities in the exercise of its new powers….

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SWISS SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: Conclusion of the fact-finding procedure in relation to a database of private centres for COVID-19 testing

Following a report by a private individual, the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) conducted a fact-finding procedure in relation to an insufficiently protected database of private COVID-19 test centres. In the final report published today, the FDPIC concluded that the health data processed in the database were exposed to significant security risks due to the reported vulnerability. However, since, upon learning of this vulnerability, those responsible reacted immediately with appropriate measures, the risk to those concerned was minimised….

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