Post Tagged with: "identity theft"

Privacy Commissioner Releases Annual Report and Survey on Privacy Attitudes

Privacy Commissioner of Canada Jennifer Stoddart has issued her annual Privacy Act report, which chronicles the year in privacy from a public sector privacy perspective.  The report places the spotlight on the ongoing frustration with a woefully outdated privacy law and the mounting concern with identity theft, cross-border data transfers, […]

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October 17, 2007 4 comments News

Justice Minister Announces Plans to Criminalize ID Theft

Justice Minister Rob Nicholson has announced plans to criminalize identity theft. He said he would introduce legislation targeting the actual gathering and trafficking in credit card, banking and other personal data for the purposes of using it deceptively.

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October 2, 2007 Comments are Disabled News

Canadian Consultation Launched on Identity Theft

The Consumers Measures Committee, a committee comprised of federal, provincial, and territorial consumer protection representatives, has launched a public consultation on identity theft.  The background paper identifies several potential legislative solutions including a requirement for organizations to notify consumers affected by a security breach; the placement of a fraud alert […]

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July 10, 2005 1 comment News