Earlier this month, the Australian Privacy and Information Commissioner and the Privacy Commissioner of Canada released joint findings from an investigation into the data breach of the Ashley Madison dating website. The data breach, which occurred in August 2015, targeted Avid Life Media Inc. (ALM) (recently rebranded as “Ruby Corp.”), Ashley Madison’s parent company. Hackers stole (and later published online) files from the ALM corporate network and the Ashley Madison database, including the personal information of approximately 36 million Ashley Madison user accounts. The findings were highly critical of ALM, and the Commissioners entered into agreements with ALM requiring it to improve its data privacy practices. While these joint findings are the first time the Australian and Canadian Commissioners have jointly enforced privacy protections, international cooperation in this area is likely to continue expanding.