Bill C-26: catching up on cybersecurity, but missing out on revolutionary technologies – The Hill Times

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Canada needs a robust regulatory framework for cybersecurity, especially when it comes to our evolving digital economy. But this is just an initial step.

Bill C-26, introduced by then-Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino, has goals of preventing telecom networks in Canada from incorporating hardware from countries that could put Canadians at risk, and strengthening critical infrastructure against a spectrum of digital threats, writes Morva Rohani, executive director of the Canadian Web3 Council.

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