Canadian federal political parties and personal privacy protection : a comparative analysis / prepared by Colin J. Bennett, Robin M. Bayley.: IP54-76/2012E-PDF
This paper presents a comparative overview of the ways that federal Canadian political parties collect, process and disseminate personal information. While the privacy protection laws in most other democratic countries generally regulate political parties, Canada’s do not. Several privacy-related incidents associated with the Canadian party system have been covered in the media over the last decade or so, some of which have come to the attention of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.|
|Title||Canadian federal political parties and personal privacy protection : a comparative analysis / prepared by Colin J. Bennett, Robin M. Bayley.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Les partis politiques fédéraux du Canada et la protection des renseignements personnels, une analyse comparative. |
“March 28, 2012.”
Includes bibliographic references.
|Publishing information||[Gatineau] : Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, 2012.|
|Author / Contributor||Bennett, Colin J.(Colin John),1955-|
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|Subject terms|| Political parties |
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