Privacy Commissioner Releases Report on Challenges Posed by New Technologies
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has released a report exploring many of the challenges posed by emerging technologies and business practices to protection of privacy in an interconnected world. The report is a result of a number of groundbreaking consultations held in cities across Canada which explored issues such as online and geolocational tracking,behavioural targeting, cloud computing, and emerging risks for online privacy of children.
Alongside its other conclusions, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada noted that people deserve to have access to the many benefits of an interconnected world, but that "this should not come at the expense of privacy rights".
- OPC, "Report on the 2010 Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada's Consultations on Online Tracking, Profiling and Targeting, and Cloud Computing" (May 2011)
- CIPPIC, "What Lies Behind the Lifting Cloud?" (April 2010)
- CIPPIC, "Comments on OPC DRAFT Report on 2010 Consultations" (December 2010)