Archive (Tag: PI)
Updated: There’s Been a Privacy Breach… Now What?
Your public body has been notified of a privacy breach, what are some of the questions that cross your mind? Maybe they include: What steps should I take now? What information should I be recording during my investigation? Should I proactively report the privacy breach to the IPC? What information does the IPC need from... read more
Who’s minding the storage? Data privacy and Saskatchewan schools
A school division holds what may be the largest store of significant personal data about any individual child that can be found in one location. Parents and guardians are compelled by law to send their children to school, and parents are legally required to provide the school with significant amounts of personal information about their... read more
Balancing Public Interest and Privacy in a Pandemic
As the COVID-19 pandemic becomes more real in our province, the expectation of citizens and in fact, their need for public information grow. The public needs information in order to make decisions on how to best protect themselves and their families. In addition, as the pandemic grows there are more patients and their right to... read more
How About Some Privacy Education for All Our Stuck at Home Kids?
Like many of you, I am a mom of a kid who is off school. This is uncharted territory for all of us – I never even had a snow day growing up. Many of us are trying to be creative with what other types of learning we can provide our kids at this time.... read more