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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.
This document provides a snapshot of the full guide, "Getting Accountability Right with a Privacy Management Program". It briefly outlines what is expected in a privacy management program in order to be accountable for the personal information in the custody or under the control of businesses and organizations. Published in April 2012.
This guide outlines what is expected in a privacy management program in order to be accountable for the personal information in the custody or under the control of businesses and organizations. Published in April 2012.
This fact sheet provides seven points for organizations to remember when handling personal information. Updated in January 2018.
This guidance is meant to help first responders, health custodians, government workers, organizations and citizens know how personal or health information may be shared during a disaster or emergency situation. Privacy laws are not a barrier to appropriate information sharing in these circumstances. The practices outlined are largely applicable to organizations in all Canadian jurisdictions. Published in May 2013.
The OIPC, jointly with the OIPC of B.C., the Retail Council of Canada and the Access and Privacy Branch of Service Alberta developed this document to address the specific threats and challenges to privacy compliance in the Canadian retail industry. Published in March 2007.
This advisory provides ten steps for implementing PIPA, Alberta's private sector privacy law, in organizations. Updated in January 2018.
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