Examples of Applicable Privacy Legislation in a sentence
Contrary to the Patient FAQs, LifeLabs breached the contract by failing to comply with the Applicable Privacy Legislation, as evidenced by the cyberattack.
By failing to implement comprehensive, state-of-the-art security measures and appropriate security practices, policies and procedures the defendants knew their practices were not in conformity with their own privacy policies, Applicable Privacy Legislation, or industry standards, and knew it was wrong to have done nothing or to decide not to do anything with reckless indifference to the consequences.
The plaintiff pleads and relies upon: the CJA; the CPA; the CCQ; the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms; the Consumer Protection Act and other Applicable Consumer Protection Legislation; the PHIPA and PIPA and other Applicable Privacy Legislation; the Negligence Act,R.S.O. 1990, c.
The defendants had an implied contractual obligation to comply with Applicable Privacy Legislation and to manage private information in a manner that was consistent with the principles that are reflected in such legislation.
It was an implied term of the contract that LifeLabs had robust privacy policies, procedures and training in place that are in compliance with Applicable Privacy Legislation.