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Canada Dashboard Digest | Privacy commissioner calls on DOJ to apologize for ATIPPA gaffe Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, July 21, 2017

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Newfoundland and Labrador Information and Privacy Commissioner Donovan Molloy has found that the Department of Justice failed to respond to an applicant's Access to Information and Protection of Privacy request and has called on the agency to apologize to said applicant, VOCM reports. The request sought the minutes from the Judicial Council meeting that adopted the Code of Ethics, as well as a copy of the Judicial Council Rules of Procedure. "Molloy says the department failed in its duty to assist the applicant and to comply with the [ATIPPA] Act," the report states. "He recommends that the Department take whatever steps are necessary to ensure future compliance with the Act."
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  • comment Poonam Verma • Apr 22, 2017
    ALL IS WELL