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Privacy
Canada’s Access to Information Act is outdated and inadequate – and has been that way for a long time. Information Commissioners over the years have called for its amendment and reform, but generally with little success. The current Information Commissioner, Suzanne Legault has seized the opportunity of Canada’s very public embrace of Open Government to table in Parliament a comprehensive series of recommendations for the modernization of the legislation. The lengthy and well-documented report makes…

A news story from January 2015 puts squarely into focus some of the challenges of privacy and open government. The story centred on the Canadian legal information website CanLII, although the privacy issues it raises relate more directly to how government institutions protect personal information when seeking to comply with open courts and open government principles. CanLII, a non-profit corporation that is managed by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, is a tremendously important…

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