Privacy Advisor

Eye on Ottawa

04.01.2009
As Canada’s federal privacy commissioner, Jennifer Stoddart confronts the privacy concerns that are evolving rapidly as information technologies advance. In this Privacy Advisor Q&A interview, she discusses the social networking revolution and her office’s work in helping Canada’s youth understand the potential consequences of their online posts. Commissioner Stoddart also addresses privacy’s potential as a barrier to free trade, the growing prevalence of cybercrime, and the costs to business of cleaning up a data spill.

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