CMA to Conduct Privacy Study for Government
The CMA will receive $50,000 (Canadian) to conduct the research.
The association will develop methods to help businesses better handle private consumer information and comply with Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, the CMA said.
The CMA will look at effective data management practices in the industry and develop guidelines for businesses. Later, the CMA will research the role of the chief privacy officer at businesses and also identify privacy issues and concerns for small businesses.
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