Other Resources

Draft OPC Position on Online Reputation

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) is calling on individuals,organizations, other privacy enforcement authorities, academics, advocacy groups, information technologists, educators, students and other interested parties to join the discussion on protecting online reputations by contributing their views on this draft position paper.  The deadline for feedback to the OPC is April 19, 2018.

News Release: Make Privacy Education a Greater Priority in Curricula, Privacy Guardians Urge

The heads of all federal, provincial and territorial privacy protection authorities are calling for privacy education to become a greater priority by including it as a clear and concrete component in digital literacy curricula across the country.

Joint Letter to the Council of Ministers of Education

Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial privacy guardians have sent this letter to the Council of Ministers of Education calling for privacy education to become a greater priority by including it as a clear and concrete component in digital literacy curricula across the country.

Protecting Against Ransomware

Developed by the Office of the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner, this fact sheet provides information on how public institutions and healthcare organizations can protect themselves against ransomware.

Big Data and Your Privacy Rights

Developed by the Office of the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner, this fact sheet is a resource to help you better understand what big data is and how it can impact your privacy.

New Amendments: FOIP and LA FOIP (Power Point Presentation)

Slides from presentation made on amendments to FOIP and LA FOIP by the Commissioner and Director of Compliance..