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On October 2, 2014, the Commissioner wrote a letter to the Calgary Police Service's Chief of Police to raise a number of privacy and access to information issues about its plan to pilot the use of body-worn cameras by its officers.
Street-level imaging technology may offer benefits, but these should not come at the cost of privacy. This fact sheet provides awareness on the use of such technology. Published in August 2010.
This document helps organizations, custodians and public bodies in understanding some causes of breaches and recommendations to prevent breaches. Published in 2012.
If during a request for review or complaint process the contact information changes, fill out this form to update contact information. Revised in January 2010.
This guidance document, prepared jointly by the federal Office of the Privacy Commissioner and the Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta and British Columbia is specifically intended to help small- and medium-sized enterprises understand what their privacy responsibilities are and to offer some suggestions to address privacy considerations in the cloud. Published in June 2012.
This guide is intended to help retailers navigate the privacy issues and risks related to driver’s licences and to encourage them to carefully consider whether they need any information from customer driver’s licences at all. Published in March 2007.
Following up on a letter to the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada from all federal, provincial and territorial privacy protection authorities, the Commissioner wrote to Alberta's Minister of Education to highlight some ongoing initiatives in Alberta to enhance privacy education. The letter was sent to the Minister of Education on November 8, 2017 during Media Literacy Week.
The Commissioner wrote a letter in response to the Government of Alberta's public consultation on the practice of police street checks. The consultation's purpose was to help in the development of provincial guidelines for the practice of police street checks. Published in October 2017.
In December 2016, Canada's privacy commissioners and ombudspersons submitted a letter to the Government of Canada on its national security framework consultation.
Federal, provincial and territorial privacy protection authorities called on Ministers of Education to clearly and concretely include privacy education as a component in digital literacy curricula across the country. The letter was sent to the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada on November 3, 2017.
On June 2, 2014, the Commissioner, in partnership with Ontario and British Columbia's Information and Privacy Commissioners, wrote to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights expressing concern about Bill C-13, the cyberbullying and "lawful access" bill.
On October 27, 2016, Commissioner Jill Clayton delivered a keynote presentation at Cybera's 2016 Cyber Summit, which focused on the Internet of Things, privacy breaches, privacy education, and privacy law from a European context.
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