Sunday, November 28, 2004

Privacy Commissioner begins a new phase as an ombudswoman

When the Assistant Privacy Commissioner was at the McInnes Cooper/NPSi seminar on privacy and business last week, on thing she said was that the Office of the Privacy Commissioner is going to emphasise its original mission: that of an ombudsman (or ombudswoman). Apparently Radwanski had no interest in settling matters or helping with the process. With that in mind, the OPC is now going to release "findings" of many that are settled in the course of investigation, beginning with a batch that were just put on the website this week:
Commissioner's Findings - Privacy Commissioner of Canada

The following are new noteworthy settled in the course of the investigation and early resolution case summaries

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