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Autonomous Vehicles – Canada’s Current Legal Framework: Cybersecurity Considerations (Part 2)

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogThe emergence of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in Canada will present a number of cybersecurity challenges and risks.  AV manufacturers will need to consider these risks and address them early in the design and development process of their products. In this post, we discuss some of the key cybersecurity risks associated with AVs, strategies to mitigate … Continue reading

Autonomous Vehicles – Canada’s Current Legal Framework: A Primer (Part 1)

US banking regulators propose a rule for 36-hour notice of breachIn recent years, autonomous vehicle (AV) technology has undergone rapid development and it is predicted that AVs may soon be in a state to displace human driving altogether. In Ontario, the Automated Vehicle Pilot Program is currently in place to permit the testing of certain AVs by vehicle manufacturers. As AV technology continues to develop, however, … Continue reading

The Privacy Implications of Autonomous Vehicles

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogThis is the first of a two-part series discussing the privacy and security issues associated with the widespread use of automated vehicle technology.  This first post focuses on potential privacy issues, while the second post – coming soon – will address security issues. Background As the development and testing of self-driving car technology has progressed, the … Continue reading
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