Working with Privacy in mind from home

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Most people were not working from home prior to the pandemic, however a shift has occurred and more people are working from home most of the time or occasionally depending on their situational circumstances. If you have fully transitioned to … Read More

Pandemic Privacy Impact Assessments

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The COVID-19 pandemic has required clinics and patients to make many changes. Some physicians have added video consultations as a way to interact with their patients, some converted from paper based files to electronic record systems, and some began requiring … Read More

Breached. Are you a victim?

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According to your emotional response, yes and if your personal health information has been breached according to the Health Information Act (HIA), you are a victim. However, despite recent surcharges being applied to offenders fines’ by Court of Queens’ Bench, … Read More

Go FOIP yourself

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Asking tough questions of the government is easy for some curious citizens, but answers can be hard to come by. Just ask Don Rennick, a citizen of North Bay City, ONT. He recently received an email from his city’s CAO, … Read More

Privacy in a Liberal Democracy

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Just what is privacy? It is useful to consider privacy as a kind of personal thing or interest, among many others, that some people like to have lots of. “Privacy is the interest that individuals have in sustaining ‘personal space’, free … Read More

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