To better facilitate contact tracing, restaurants & bars in Ontario will soon have to collect the names and contact info of diners and keep this information for 30 days.
During a visit to his local garbage dump, a resident came across hundreds of physical files with personal information belonging to clients of Toronto-based matchmaking company, Hearts (Pursuit of Partners, Inc.).
Homestay and traveller networking site, Coachsurfing, has suffered a data breach involving 17 million records.
Cloud software provider Blackbaud suffered a data breach involving the theft of information belonging to a growing list of institutions including universities and charity organisations in the UK, US and Canada.
An employee of privately operated toll highway 407 ETR in Ontario was charged by York Regional Police in the theft of personal data belonging to 60,000 customers – including names, addresses and phone numbers.