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CANADA—Damages awarded in PIPEDA case

10.01.2011
For only the second time, the Federal Court of Canada awarded damages against an organization that was found to be in non-compliance with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). The court determined that an applicant had suffered humiliation that warranted compensation, and the applicant was awarded damages of $4,500 plus interest and costs.

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