The OIPC commissioned a general population survey to assess Albertans' awareness of and views on privacy issues. Published in August 2000.
The OIPC commissioned a public opinion survey to assess Albertans' awareness of access and privacy issues and laws. Published in April 2013.
Albertans believe strongly that it is important to protect privacy and the right to access information in Alberta. The survey, conducted in October 2017, showed that 95% of respondents believe it is important to protect the privacy of personal information, but only 27% felt more secure about the privacy of their own personal information today than they did five years ago. More than 90% of respondents felt it is important to protect their right to access information, although only 39% were confident about their ability to exercise that right. Published in November 2017.
This is an executive summary of the general population survey the OIPC had commissioned to assess Albertans' awareness of and views regarding privacy issues. Published in August 2000.
The OIPC commissioned a survey to assess Albertans' awareness and understanding of privacy issues in general, and the Health Information Act in particular. Published in March 2003.
The OIPC commissioned a stakeholder survey to assess implementation of access and privacy programs, and access and privacy issues in general, of public bodies, health custodians and private sector organizations. Published in November 2012.
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