Members Asked to Ratify Bylaws Amendments this January

To facilitate and simplify the forthcoming i-SIGMA board elections in March, the i-SIGMA Board of Directors will seek member ratification of three bylaws amendments by special ballot in January. “The bylaws require member ratification of board-approved amendments,” explained Christopher Jones, Co-President of the i-SIGMA Board. “Because there are more than usual, and because ratification of […]

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Board Approves Bylaws Amendment Allowing Electronic Elections

The i-SIGMA Board of Directors has approved a bylaws amendment that removed language that unintentionally prevented electronic balloting for the upcoming Board election. As the i-SIGMA CEO explains, “The bylaws permitted electronic voting by members, which is common in all associations these days. Unfortunately, they also contained an obsolete provision that required the re-opening of […]

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Privacy Commissioner Shares Lessons Learned After One Year of Mandatory Breach Reporting

On November 1 of last year, Canadian businesses became subject to new mandatory breach reporting regulations under Canada’s federal private sector privacy law, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). After a year in action, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada weighed in on observations he has noticed within the year. The highlights of […]

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