The government of Alberta, Canada, is soliciting public feedback regarding the improvement of privacy protections across the province. The government is taking input via survey on a range of topics covered under the province's Personal Information Protection Act and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. More specifically, respondents are asked to opine on rights to access and control personal data, transparency requirements, collection and use requirements, and more. The deadline to participate is Aug. 20.
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