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View Michel Picard Profile
Lib. (QC)
Mr. Mittelstadt, can you come back to what you said about protecting data and not protecting people? Did you say that we did protect data but not people, or we should protect data and not necessarily people because that is what AI is all about?
Can you comment on that, please?
View Michel Picard Profile
Lib. (QC)
That suggests that we then have to find a way legally to.... With not being able to separate data from the people, when there's harm done to data, there is therefore harm done to someone, because somewhere the data concerns someone. You can protect someone but you can't sue the data, but data is the centre of the focus.
Do we lack something, legally speaking ?
View Michel Picard Profile
Lib. (QC)
Mr. Leduc, you surprised me by saying that everyone was caught off guard and no one anticipated how important data would be or how much influence the information would have on our daily lives.
However, we have been talking about information, its added value and its commercialization for some time now, if we remember Alvin Toffler's Future Shock and especially his book The Third Wave, published in 1980. We have known for a long time that information has an extraordinary and precious value. Could we conclude that we chose to close our eyes rather than say that we hadn't seen anything coming?
View Pierre Paul-Hus Profile
CPC (QC)
Okay, perfect.
Your company is based in the United States and deals with many different countries, all of which have different regulations. Given that we are studying this from a Canadian perspective, do Canadian laws and regulations have an effect on PayPal's activities? For example, are our privacy laws too restrictive or not restrictive enough?
View Pierre Paul-Hus Profile
CPC (QC)
In your opinion, are there aspects that Canada should improve? You have said that our country has strong laws, but do you still have recommendations for us on the legislative level?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
You mentioned that you don't trade data. Is there no interaction of any data, besides transaction data, between PayPal and any other company, for any reason? Would that be correct?
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thanks very much.
Thank you all for your presentations. I know Microsoft supports the GDPR and stronger privacy rules. Obviously, Tim Cook has been public in support of the GDPR. Amazon, do you also support the GDPR?
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
Support of the principles includes the principle of data minimization.
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
Good.
With respect to consumer privacy protection, one way to better protect consumer privacy is to have additional opt-in consents that are explicit for secondary purposes. For example, with Amazon's Echo, California was proposing smart speaker rules that there would have to be opt-in consents for that information to be stored. Do you agree with those rules?
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
Is there an explicit opt-in consent for recording of those conversations?
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
If the GDPR were in effect, there would be a requirement for explicit opt-in consent.
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
There's probably a reasonable expectation that when I visit the Apple site, I know that Apple's going to want to communicate with me afterwards, but if I'm visiting other non-related sites around the Internet, Apple wouldn't be tracking me.
View Nathaniel Erskine-Smith Profile
Lib. (ON)
Microsoft and Amazon, are you similar to Apple, or do you engage in web tracking on a wide variety of websites across the Internet?
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