If you’ve ever wondered, “What information can my organization collect from a person according to British Columbia’s Personal Information and Protection Act privacy law?” don’t miss the second event in theÂ Lunch and Learn series, May 22.Â I’ll be hosting a free Continue reading What information can my organization collect from a person under BC PIPA?
If you’re a citizen of British Columbia and concerned about the government’s handling of your personal information, you probably want to read Bill-3 (full text of the proposed amendments) which has already passed second reading in the BC provincial legislature. Continue reading Bill-3: Amendments to B.C. FIPPA to remove more of citizen’s privacy
After the F8 conference, there is even more concern than before about what personal information Facebook has on an individual. I was sent Facebook’s personal data request form which I was told was created specifically for people in the EU. Continue reading What info does Facebook have on me?
It wasÂ announced a few minutes ago that British Columbia hopes to roll out new Care cards (health cards). The government press release states the new card hasÂ anti-forgery features, identity proofing, a security chip and will require a recent photograph, updated Continue reading British Columbia’s new health care card another waste of resources?