OPC Seeks Input on Draft Report
PRIVACY LAW—CANADAOctober 26, 2010
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) draft report summarizing its 2010 Consumer Privacy Consultations on online tracking, profiling and targeting and cloud computing is now available on the OPC's Web site. The office received 32 written submissions and held three public events in Toronto, Montreal and Calgary that were attended by representatives of industry and government, academics, advocates and members of the public. The report proposes specific actions the office plans to take in the future and identifies areas where more input is needed. The OPC is seeking public input on the draft by November 26.