The site has added 15 new PIPEDA decisions recently posted by the Federal Privacy Commissioner’s office. The new decisions include: DECISION #207 – Cellphone Company Meets Conditions for Opt-out Consent (August 6, 2003) www.privacyinfo.ca/dcsn.php? DECISION #205 – First Name Disclosed Without Knowledge and Consent (August 5, 2003) DECISION #204 – Telecommunications Company Allegedly Refuses Service Because Individual Fails to Provide SIN (August 5, 2003) DECISION #203 – Individual Raises Concerns About Consent Clauses (August 5, 2003) DECISION #202 – Telecommunications Company Requests Two Pieces of Identification From a New Subscriber (August 5, 2003) DECISION #201 – Former Employer Delays Access to Personal Information (August 1, 2003) DECISION #200 – Bank Disclosure Causes Wedding To Be Cancelled (August 6, 2003) DECISION #199 – Bank Improperly Invokes Time Extension Provision (August 1, 2003) DECISION #198 – Employer Accused of Wrongful Disclosure (August 1, 2003) DECISION #197 – Bank Allegedly Sent Personal Information in Unsealed Envelopes (August 1, 2003) DECISION #196 – Customer Denied Access to his Personal Information (August 1, 2003) DECISION #195 – Company Exceeds Time Limits in Responding to Request for Access to Personal Information (July 23, 2003) DECISION #194 – Credit Reporting Agencies Allegedly Misused Consumers Social Insurance Numbers (July 16, 2003) DECISION #193 – Telecommunications Company Does Credit Check Without Consent (July 10, 2003) see: Globe and Mail coverage also see: Canadian Privacy Law Review Information
Privacyinfo.ca Update #14
October 31, 2003
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