BC FIPPA PDF

Division 3 — Notice to Third Parties. Division 4 — Public Interest Paramount. A the public body to identify an individual for the purpose of providing a service to the individual, or. B the provincial identity information services provider to provide services under section A the individual normally receives such disclosure only inside Canada for the purpose of performing those duties, and.

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The Privacy Act covers disputes between private citizens and is outside of the Commissioner's jurisdiction. The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act sets out the access and privacy rights of individuals as they relate to the public sector. FIPPA establishes an individual's right to access records, including access to a person's own "personal information" as well as records in the custody or control of a "public body" -- see Schedule 2 and Schedule 3 for a list of public bodies that are covered by FIPPA.

There are certain exceptions to accessing records - for example, a public body cannot disclose information that would be harmful to law enforcement, personal privacy or public safety. Policy advice and legal advice are also excluded. These exceptions are explained out in sections 12 to In addition to establishing an individual's right to access records, FIPPA also sets out the terms under which a public body can collect, use and disclose " personal information " of individuals.

Public bodies are accountable for their information practices; FIPPA requires that they take reasonable steps to protect the privacy of personal information they hold. The legislation applies to any private sector organization such as a business or corporation, union, political party, and not-for-profit that collects, uses, and discloses the personal information of individuals in BC. Under PIPA, individuals have the right to access their own personal information.

PIPA requires organizations to protect and secure personal information against unauthorized use or disclosure. The Committee asks the public and interest groups for written and oral submissions that describe how the law is working and whether changes are needed. At the end of the process, the Committee issues a public report that sets out recommendations going forward.

For more information, visit the Legislative Assembly website. Proactive Disclosure Advanced Search. Home About Legislation. Hours: Mon-Fri ampm Telephone: E-mail: info oipc. Our privacy policy sets out what information we collect and why we collect it. Read more. High Contrast Low Contrast. Home For the Public What are my rights? How do I request records? How do I request a review?

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FOIPPA Policy & Procedures Manual

Click here for Policy Definitions. Purposes of this Act. Scope of this Act. Information rights. How to make a request. Duty to assist applicants.

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FIPPA-Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

It gives the public a right of access to records that are in the control of the BC government and prevents the unauthorized collection, use or disclosure of personal information by public bodies. It also gives individuals a right to access and to request correction to their personal information, subject to limited exceptions. Public bodies are allowed to collect, use and disclose personal information without consent. However, FOIPPA does put some limits on what purposes a public body is allowed to collect and use your personal information for, and on how and where it can be disclosed.

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Contents Part 1 — Introductory Provisions 1 Definitions 2 Purposes of this Act 3 Scope of this Act Part 2 — Freedom of Information Division 1 — Information Rights and How to Exercise Them 4 Information rights 5 How to make a request 6 Duty to assist applicants 7 Time limit for responding 8 Contents of response 9 How access will be given 10 Extending the time limit for responding 11 Transferring a request Division 2 — Exceptions 12 Cabinet and local public body confidences 13 Policy advice or recommendations 14 Legal advice 15 Disclosure harmful to law enforcement 16 Disclosure harmful to intergovernmental relations or negotiations 17 Disclosure harmful to the financial or economic interests of a public body 18 Disclosure harmful to the conservation of heritage sites, etc. License Disclaimer. Part 1 — Introductory Provisions. Part 2 — Freedom of Information.

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The Privacy Act covers disputes between private citizens and is outside of the Commissioner's jurisdiction. The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act sets out the access and privacy rights of individuals as they relate to the public sector. FIPPA establishes an individual's right to access records, including access to a person's own "personal information" as well as records in the custody or control of a "public body" -- see Schedule 2 and Schedule 3 for a list of public bodies that are covered by FIPPA. There are certain exceptions to accessing records - for example, a public body cannot disclose information that would be harmful to law enforcement, personal privacy or public safety.

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