Nov 20, 2018
Lisa Lifshitz speaks to Bloomberg News about how legal Canadian cannabis sales are spurring data privacy concerns
Canadian marijuana sellers have attracted more than new customers now that their product is legal.
A recent data breach at an Ontario online retailer shows the real risks to cannabis sellers who don’t protect consumer data. The Ontario Cannabis Store announced Nov. 1 that delivery information was accessed for approximately 2 percent of its users—roughly 4,500 orders.
Lisa Lifshitz, chair of our Technology, Privacy & Data Management Group and Emerging Technology Groups, told Bloomberg News that “Marijuana companies need to ensure they don’t collect more data than needed.”
To read the complete article, visit the Bloomberg News website.
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