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December 13, 2022 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

Two Changes in the Rules of Procedure

When my office finalizes a Report, we send it to many people. Recently we realized that those that are interested have two ways of being alerted about our Reports. First, they can sign up for our RSS feed and each time something is added to our home page, they will receive an email. That would... read more

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December 5, 2022 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

Learning about Digital ID

I had the pleasure of discussing and learning about digital ID’s, some call digital credentials with Cosanna Preston-Idedia. Cosanna is the Vice President, Advisory Services for the Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada. During our discussion, Cosanna provides insight into the current state of affairs with digital credentials internationally and in Canada. “what we are trying... read more

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November 29, 2022 - Renee Barrette, Analyst

Raising Awareness of the Facts about Fax

The ongoing use of traditional fax machines to send personal information and personal health information by government institutions and trustees continues to raise privacy concerns. My office and Canada’s other privacy commissioners and ombudspersons called for a concerted effort to phase out the use of traditional fax machines in a September 2022 resolution which can... read more

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