A "request to disregard" is made by a public body, health custodian or private sector organization under section 55 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, section 87 of the Health Information Act and section 37 of the Personal Information Protection Act. These provisions provide the Commissioner with the power to authorize a public body, health custodian and private sector organization to disregard access requests in certain circumstances.
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|Request to Disregard F2021-RTD-02||Mar 19 2021||Alberta Justice and Solicitor General|
|Summary: Alberta Justice and Solicitor General (JSG) requested authorization to disregard 13 access requests from an individual, as well as authorization to disregard any future requests until court... [More]|
|Request to Disregard F2021-RTD-01||Mar 10 2021||Alberta Health Services|
|Summary: An entity requested a review of Alberta Health Services' (AHS) response to an access request. As the review before the OIPC was proceeding, AHS requested authorization to disregard the applicant's... [More]|
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