Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia already have similar laws.
Number 2 smartphone maker denies its products would be used for China’s cyberespionage.
Ontario judge clears the way for suit that alleges the tech company attempted to avoid paying the employees what they were owed.
Facebook, Google and Microsoft agreed to combat disinformation and promote transparency.
Earlier this month, San Francisco banned the use of facial recognition software by police and other city departments.
Innovation Minister committed to a review of the federal privacy law for private-sector organizations.
Huawei and Google are discussing possible “emergency relief measures” for its smartphone business.
Canada has yet to develop a regulatory regime to deal with issues of discrimination and accountability to which AI systems are prone.
Canadians have to avoid knee-jerk reactions to avoid succumbing to malevolent foreign actors, says expert.
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains is expected to provide more details at a summit on digital governance in Ottawa in late May.
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Declares a national economic emergency that empowers the US government to ban the technology and services of “foreign adversaries.”
Data privacy and security at Google and its tech rivals including Facebook are increasingly in the spotlight.
The social media giant is overhauling its flagship platform.