As you may know, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada held public consultations in the spring of 2010 on online tracking, profiling and targeting; and cloud computing. Alongside the consultations we held in Toronto, Montreal, and Calgary, we received many written submissions as well. The consultations were aimed at learning more about certain industry practices, exploring their privacy implications, and finding out what privacy protections Canadians expect in terms of these practices.
The OPC’s draft consultation report summarizes what was heard, the views of the office, and what we see in terms of the future of privacy. With this report is the opportunity to provide us with feedback. You can choose to either:
use the feedback form,
send your comments separately to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or send them by mail to:
2010 Consumer Privacy Consultations,
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada,
112 Kent Street
You now have until December 10th, 2010 to submit this feedback. Once all the feedback has been collected, we will prepare a final report for publication in 2011. Make sure you get your input to us in time for the new deadline!