Earlier this spring, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada invited comments and suggestions relating to transborder information flows. With the federal government’s launch of its Digital Charter on May 21, the OPC halted its consultation.
The OPC has just reopened the consultation, and has launched a new discussion document that reframes the Office’s transborder data flow consultation on the issue of transfers for processing, including transborder transfers, and now asks that you consider how a future law could (or should) provide effective privacy protection in the context of transfers for processing.
Have Your Say
The OPC Consultation is your opportunity to help to inform the development of new laws and policies for transborder data flows.
Employment or other associations can impinge on your freedom to express your views.
To provide input without splash-back, send your detailed comments about the changes you would — and would not — like to see, and why:
- by email to President [@] PACC-CCAP [dot] ca or
- via snail mail to PACC at Suite 330, Unit 440, 10816 Macleod Tr SE, Calgary AB T2J 5N8
Submit your detailed comments by JULY 15, 2019
All submissions will be fully anonymized, gathered into a single document, and submitted to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada on your behalf.