On June 12, 2020, Quebec introduced a proposed update to its public and private sector privacy laws. The draft legislation reflects both elements of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and aspects of federal and provincial privacy laws in Canada. Among the GDPR-like provisions are requirements that companies establish a person in charge of personal information: Sanctions for failures to provide notice, collection or use of personal information in violation of the act, or for failure to report a breach. The amendments would impose penalties on businesses ranging from $15,000 to 25 million or an amount corresponding to 4 per cent of worldwide annual turnover, whichever…