OBA Eye on Privacy Posted

11 Dec

The OBA just published its December edition of the Eye on Privacy newsletter.  This edition has a good article by my colleague Michelle Alton entitled “Personal Information on Online Sources and Employment Recruitment.”  There’s also a nice case summary by John Swaigen of the IPC on a House of Lords case from June called Common Services Agency.  The case seems to be loaded with lots of good FOI and privacy issues, including an issue about the duty to create anonymized (or, in this case, “barnardised”) records to facilitate public access.  Sounds like a good read.

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  1. Case Report - Ont. C.A. deals with creating records in Ontario FOI law « All About Information - January 14, 2009

    […] circumstances where one has a simple right to a “record in custody or control” (see here, here and here for more).  This case is based on very specific statutory language, but is […]

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