In a recent article, the Competition Bureau’s focus on high-impact, consumer-focused digital economy investigations, including specifically investigations into drip pricing practices was highlighted. On June 27, 2019, the Bureau announced that its investigation into such practices by Ticketmaster had concluded with a consent agreement.
Whenever data leaves the control perimeter of a company, there is a risk that the data will not be protected at the same level of security that is required by company policy. It is essential that data created, stored, manipulated or transmitted by a third party on the company’s behalf be accorded the level of protection that is defined by the company’s standards and policies.
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