Privacy Laws definition

Privacy Laws means the Act; and the Information Privacy Principles set out in the Act or any "code of practice" approved under the Act that applies to any of the parties to this Contract.
Privacy Laws has the meaning set forth in Section 7.02.
Privacy Laws means all Laws pertaining to the collection, storage, use, access, disclosure, processing, security, modification, destruction, and transfer of Personal Information.

Examples of Privacy Laws in a sentence

  • By purchasing our products and services or entering into a contract with us, you are taken to have read and agreed to the collection, use, disclosure and management of your personal information in accordance with this policy and the Privacy Laws.

  • You also have the right to make a complaint if you believe that we have not complied with the Privacy Laws in relation to your information.

  • To ensure compliance with the Privacy Laws, the Company and its Subsidiaries have in place, comply with, and take appropriate steps reasonably designed to ensure compliance in all material respects with their policies and procedures relating to data privacy and security and the collection, storage, use, disclosure, handling, and analysis of Personal Data (the “Policies”).

  • Exhibit G, Section 1 is amended to read: Compliance with Illinois Privacy Laws.

  • The Asset Representations Reviewer agrees to provide the Issuer and the Sponsor with information regarding its privacy and information security systems, policies and procedures as the Issuer or Sponsor may reasonably request relating to compliance with this Agreement and applicable Privacy Laws.

More Definitions of Privacy Laws

Privacy Laws means all applicable Laws that relate to data privacy, data protection, data security, data transfer, confidentiality, breach notification, marketing, or the Processing of Personal Information, as applicable from time to time, including HIPAA; Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records (42 CFR Part 2); the Telephone Consumer Protection Act; the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003; Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914; and all equivalent, comparable, or applicable privacy, security and data breach notification Laws, and the requirements and guidance set forth in any applicable regulations, guidelines and consent orders.
Privacy Laws means any international, national, federal, provincial, state, or local law, code, rule or regulation that regulates the processing of Personal Information in any way, including data protection laws, laws regulating marketing communications and/or electronic communications, information security regulations and security breach notification rules.
Privacy Laws has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 6.19.
Privacy Laws means all federal, provincial, state, municipal or other applicable statutes, laws or regulations of any Governmental Authority in any jurisdiction governing the Handling of information about an identifiable individual, including the Personal Information and Protection of Electronic Documents Act (Canada), FIPPA, MFIPPA and equivalent provincial legislation.
Privacy Laws has the meaning stated in Section 4.09(b).
Privacy Laws means the Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (Canada), as amended or supplemented from time to time, and any other Canadian federal or provincial legislation now in force or that may in the future come into force governing the collection, use, disclosure and protection of personal information in the private sector applicable to a party to this Agreement or to the Services.