The days are getting longer, winter is drawing to a close, and it’s beginning to feel like spring. As you make your spring cleaning “to-do” list, have you given any thought to how you could better protect your privacy?Read more
As the year comes to a close, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada would like to encourage all Canadians to keep privacy top of mind as they contemplate their New Year’s Resolutions.Read more
Facial recognition technologies can quickly identify who you are by automatically analyzing your facial features. The characteristics of your face (your biometric information) may be collected when you apply for an identity document like a passport, when you get your photo taken for an employee badge, or when you upload photos online to social media websites.Read more
On Friday, March 10, 2017, the Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) group at the University of Toronto will bring together academics, researchers, regulators, and industry and consumer groups alike to address consumer privacy challenges in the online world.Read more
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