Submission to the OPC’s Consultation on Consent under PIPEDA (Canadian Bar Association)

Canadian Bar Association

October 2016

Note: This submission was contributed by the author to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s Consultation on Consent under PIPEDA.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this document are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.


Summary

The Canadian Bar Association’s Privacy and Access Law Section and the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (collectively the CBA Sections) support the current framework of legislation to protect privacy and support the balance between the current requirement of obtaining knowledge and consent before collecting, using or disclosing PI. The CBA Sections do not propose a new consent model or additions to the current model in PIPEDA. The CBA Sections continues to rely on the courts and existing OPC investigation and powers for enforcement.

The full submission is available in the following language(s):

English (PDF document)

Note: As this submission was provided by an entity not subject to the Official Languages Act, the full document is only available in the language provided.
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