The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has a wealth of resources to help Canadians understand privacy rights. The OPC also has resources to help businesses and federal institutions understand their obligations to protect privacy.
These publications and reports are available throughout the OPC website, according to topic and related activity. However, this page lets you browse the whole collection and use filters to narrow your search.
If you would like to obtain a paper copy of a particular publication, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly indicating which document you would like to obtain, as well as your name and postal address.
Start here to begin exploring the OPC’s publications.
PIPEDA Case Summary: Parking lot owner collects debtors’ personal information from provincial vehicle registry
Condo security company did not misuse security camera system, but improved personal information safeguards
PIPEDA Case Summary: Condo security company did not misuse security camera system, but improved personal information safeguards
Law firm's shoddy privacy practices result in missing personal information; request for access denied
PIPEDA Case Summary: Law firm’s shoddy privacy practices result in missing personal information; request for access denied
PIPEDA Case Summary: Bank teller gives customer’s credit card account statements to wife
PIPEDA Case Summary: Condition of washrooms prompts management to monitor facilities
PIPEDA Case Summary: Bank’s record-keeping practices considered inadequate safeguard
Bank improves safeguards after individual's personal information used fraudulently to open credit card account
PIPEDA Case Summary: Bank improves safeguards after individual’s personal information used fraudulently to open credit card account
Research paper about the potential scope of a virtual profile, privacy concerns raised by such profiles and suggestions to control online identity.
Address by: Jennifer Stoddart
Event: Canadian Conference on Law and IT
The Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Jennifer Stoddart's opening statement to the before the Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics on the Privacy Act Reform
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