The minister of health in Ontario, Canada wants to double fines for breaches of patient medical information and remove a major barrier to investigating breaches.
Eric Hoskins is proposing new legislation to be introduced in the fall that would double maximum fines levied against individuals to $100,000, and against businesses to $500,000, multiple Canadian news outlets report.
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