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Is your child savvy online? Check out our 12 quick privacy tips for parents.

It can be tough raising kids in a digital environment. Many of them use the Internet effortlessly, and easily adapt to new devices that connect to it. For many of us, these tools have become a routine part of our children’s lives, as they use them to chat, surf, post, play and learn. The Internet has become one of the most powerful tools they have to connect with friends and make new ones.

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OPC Contributions Program is Now Accepting Submissions

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is pleased to announce the launch of the Contributions Program 2012-13. The Contributions Program, which has funded nearly 80 privacy initiatives over the past eight years, presents a unique opportunity to advance privacy knowledge by drawing on the valuable skills and capacities of academic and not-for-profit organizations in Canada.

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Observations on anti-spam law's regulatory process

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner invites contributions to its blog from members of our External Advisory Committee. Their representation reflects the myriad of public policy perspectives critical to proposing a balanced view on privacy and personal information protection.  While we benefit from their experience and advice, the views they represent in articles appearing here are their own and don’t necessarily represent the views of the Office.

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