Issue-specific guidance for businesses
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) sets out 10 principles of fair information principles, which form the ground rules for the collection, use and disclosure of personal information.
In addition to providing general guidance on how to comply with PIPEDA, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) offers guidance and tips related to the application of PIPEDA in certain situations or for particular issues.
Start here to find information that will help you ensure you comply with PIPEDA.
Find information for businesses on how to obtain consent when collecting, using or sharing personal information.
Find advice for businesses collecting, using and disclosing the personal information of children and youth.
Guideline for organizations using online behavioural advertising to collect and use data about individuals’ web activities. Addresses how PIPEDA applies.
Find information and examples explaining PIPEDA’s application to collecting electronic addresses for e-marketing.
Find privacy-related tips for businesses that are contemplating a BYOD program.
Find guidelines for businesses on what to consider when determining whether and how to implement a BYOD program.
Find essential tips for complying with PIPEDA when collecting electronic addresses for e-marketing.
PIPEDA and Your Practice is a handbook for lawyers providing an overview of PIPEDA requirements as they may apply to lawyers and law firms in private practice and some corporate counsel.
Find tips for app developers on communicating privacy practices to users.
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