Consultation on online reputation


The period for contributing to this consultation has ended. Thank you to all who contributed.

In January 2016, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) launched a consultation and call for essays on the issue of online reputation.

Through this consultation, the OPC is soliciting input about new and innovative ways to protect reputational privacy. The goal is to enrich the public debate and ensure that OPC is in a better position to inform Parliament of a variety of solutions for addressing issues related to online reputation and to develop a policy position on this issue.

The consultation is part of the Office’s work on the issue of Reputation and Privacy, which was identified one of the OPC’s four strategic privacy priorities.

Explore the links on this page to learn more about the OPC’s consultation on online reputation. 

Submissions received for the consultation on online reputation

Read submissions from individuals and organizations to the OPC’s consultation on online reputation.

OPC discussion paper on online reputation

Read about the reputation and privacy in the online world and see questions for public input.

Notice of consultation on online reputation

Find out the OPC’s call for input on new and innovative ways to protect reputational privacy.

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