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Information & Ethics committee  I'm not familiar with those cases either.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  Certainly the issues you mentioned regarding videotaping and using a camera in an apartment are issues to the extent that these would happen in a province over which PIPEDA applies and they happen in the course of a commercial activity. These are issues that would fall under PIPE

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  Yes, precisely.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  The act imposes obligations on organizations to ensure, to the extent that the information is exchanged or sent to a country such as the United States, that individuals are informed of the fact that their information may be subject to the laws of another country.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  We're talking about exchanges of information between private organizations. The act covers the exchange and use of information in the context of private sector organizations. We're not talking about exchanges involving the Canadian government. An organization that would like to e

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  I believe that agreements have to be established first. However, in the case of exchanges of information between governments, it's the Privacy Act that applies. That's a completely different act. The act we're discussing today applies to private organizations.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  I'll try. Yes, in certain circumstances, when the data, the personal information of Canadians, winds up, for example, on a server in the United States, the government may have access to that information through the US Patriot Act, for example. Canadian organizations that make t

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  The same situation is also arising with Facebook: there's a lot of personal information.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  Ultimately, the organizations that use personal information in the United States are subject to the Canadian act. There are still principles that apply—

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  The organizations have an obligation to ensure—

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  I don't know what to add.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  I think it's possible that the American government may have access to that information in certain circumstances.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  That depends on the circumstances.

October 22nd, 2009Committee meeting

Daniel Caron

Information & Ethics committee  Thank you for the question. The recommendation was articulated in that manner because there are ongoing litigation matters in the United States. A number of civil actions have been commenced against Google with respect to this matter, and the commissioner wouldn't want to sugges

October 28th, 2010Committee meeting

Daniel Caron