Textbook Key

F: Foundations of Information Privacy and Data Protection

US: U.S. Private-sector Privacy

C: Canadian Privacy

E: European Privacy

G: U.S. Government Privacy

IT: Privacy in Information Technology

M: Privacy Program Management

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Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector

A Québéquois privacy law that, other than different terminology, is similar to PIPEDA, though at a province level. It came into force in 1994 and espouses three principles: (1) Every person who establishes a file on another person must have a serious and legitimate reason for doing so; (2) The person establishing the file may not deny the individual concerned access to the information contained in the file; (3) The person must also respect certain rules that are applicable to the collection, storage, use and communication of this information.

Reference(s) in IAPP Certification Textbooks: F48-49, C35-37