Welcome to the job, Daniel Therrien
Justice Department lawyer Daniel Therrien is well qualified, says Conservative MP
OTTAWA – The federal privacy watchdog wants the government’s electronic eavesdropping agency to tell Canadians more about what it’s doing.
Interim privacy commissioner Chantal Bernier says Communications Security Establishment Canada
TORONTO – Canada’s interim privacy commissioner says Google has been caught afoul of the law by displaying web ads linked to a person’s health history.
An investigation led by Chantal
TORONTO – Ontario’s privacy watchdog says reports that private health information is being shared with U.S. border services are of “grave concern” and she will investigate.
Information and Privacy Commissioner
Scrutiny of a contentious bill
OTTAWA – The privacy watchdog says weak security practices at the federal tax office led to thousands of files being inappropriately accessed for years without detection.
Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart
OTTAWA – The federal privacy watchdog says she will look into any implications for Canada posed by possible U.S. government snooping on a wide scale.
The issue of data privacy
The government has tabled its online surveillance legislation, now dubbed the “Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act.”
Holding up his BlackBerry, NDP digital critic Charlie Angus said the bill would
Privacy Commissioner slams both agencies
Canada’s privacy commissioner on how the protection of personal information today starts with taking control
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews first claimed that long-gun registry data needed to be destroyed lest it fall into the NDP’s hands. Mr. Toews then argued that destroying the data
The privacy commissioner questions the Harper government’s push for “lawful access” legislation.
Despite repeated calls, no systematic case has yet been made to justify the extent of the new investigative
To the two complaints the privacy commissioner fielded in regards to the 2006 census, you can add 22 expressions of concern received by Statistics Canada.
The last two editions of the census generated precisely three complaints to the privacy commissioner, one of which was resolved without an investigation, another of which was not found to
The year’s winners