Privacy Commissioner

Some articles on privacy, privacy commissioner:

Canadian Privacy Law - Evolution of Canadian Privacy Statutes - Governing Relations With Public Sector Institutions - Privacy Act
... The Privacy Act, passed in 1983 by the Parliament of Canada, regulates how federal government institutions collect, use and disclose personal information ... The Act established the office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, who is an Officer of Parliament ... The responsibilities of the Privacy Commissioner includes supervising the application of the Act itself ...
Octopus Card - Privacy Abuse
... Roderick Woo Bun, Hong Kong's Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, gave radio interviews and called for transparent investigation, but his term expired at the end of July 2010 ... Allan Chiang Yam-wang was announced as the incoming Privacy Commissioner ... This news was met with protests and international outrage, due to his prior history of privacy invasions involving cameras used to spy on his employees at the Post Office, and disclosing hundreds of job applicants ...
George Radwanski - Privacy Commissioner
... As Privacy Commissioner, Radwanski was outspoken in his criticism of increased surveillance by the state in the wake of the 9-11 attacks early in his tenure and the subsequent "War on Terror" ... he asserted "The fundamental human right of privacy in Canada is under assault as never before ... that may well lead to the permanent loss not only of privacy rights but also important elements of freedom as we now know it..." "The Government is, quite simply, using September 11 as ...

Famous quotes containing the word privacy:

    Isn’t privacy about keeping taboos in their place?
    Kate Millet (b. 1934)