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October 29, 2021 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

A Pandemic Binder

On March 15, 2020, as discussions regarding the pandemic were mounting, I would not have thought there would be so many access and privacy issues. At the end of April, I am amazed how many issues have surfaced. As issues surfaced in Saskatchewan, my office has attempted to develop a blog, statement, or advisory. As... read more

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September 27, 2021 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

An activity booklet for kids

The Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner released a privacy activity book, Privacy Pursuit! Games and Activities for Kids, to help kids better understand and protect their online privacy. In her blog she says: This new activity booklet is designed to help kids learn more about online privacy through games like word searches, crossword puzzles, cryptograms,... read more

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August 3, 2021 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

Continuing, “Change is in the Air”

My seventh Annual Report focuses on updating access and privacy legislation across our country; thus, the title “Change is in the Air”.  As we were finalizing this Annual Report, a number of events occurred which we did not include in our Annual Report. In Newfoundland, a Report by the ATIPPA Statutory Review Committee, chaired by... read more

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July 14, 2021 - Danielle Malach, Analyst

What about the email attachments?

The majority of the time, records related to communications between parties are now in the form of emails. These may be single emails, or an email thread comprised of a number of emails between different parties. In some cases, the emails or email threads may contain attachments. Unless the applicant has indicated they are not... read more

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