The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada announced it plans to revise its policy position on trans-border data flows under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. "This includes not only cross border data transfers between controllers and processors, but also other cross border disclosures of personal information between organizations," the OPC states. As part of this process, the OPC will accept feedback on the updated policy position and for specific topics to potentially be included in guidance provided by the agency. Stakeholders who wish to offer comments are recommended to view the OPC's stance on both consent and accountability. Feedback must be sent to the OPC by June 4.
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