Product details

Publisher: 
Éditions Yvon Blais
Practice area: 
General practice
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2020-02-06
ISBN: 
9782897306717
Éditions Yvon Blais

The Protection Of Personal Information In The Private Sector In Québec: Looking Back And Thinking Forward

Availability: In Stock

The Protection Of Personal Information In The Private Sector In Québec: Looking Back And Thinking Forward is a good source material to learn about individual rights and consent pertaining to the protection of one’s personal information in the private sector.

Highlights of this publication include:

  • A for Application
    • Definition of “Enterprise” and territorial scope
    • Definition of “Personal information” and material scope
    • Distinction between the private sector and the public sector
  • C for Consent
    • Consent and alternatives to consent
    • Manifest, explicit, and implicit consent
    • Exceptions to consent in matters of employment, and
    • Business transactions
  • T for Transparency
    • Privacy officer
    • Communication of personal information outside Quebec
    • Communicating personal information without consent
    • Security incidents involving personal information
  • I for Individuals
    • The “Reasonableness” test
    • Individual rights
    • Restrictions on individual rights
  • O for Openness
    • To research
    • To political parties
    • To the rest of Canada and the world
  • N for Novelty
    • Advertising and nominative lists
    • Health and genetic data

The book also contains bibliography, a table of legislation, a table of cases, and an index for easy reference.

Éditions Yvon Blais

The Protection Of Personal Information In The Private Sector In Québec: Looking Back And Thinking Forward

Availability: In Stock

Description

The Protection Of Personal Information In The Private Sector In Québec: Looking Back And Thinking Forward is a good source material to learn about individual rights and consent pertaining to the protection of one’s personal information in the private sector.

Highlights of this publication include:

  • A for Application
    • Definition of “Enterprise” and territorial scope
    • Definition of “Personal information” and material scope
    • Distinction between the private sector and the public sector
  • C for Consent
    • Consent and alternatives to consent
    • Manifest, explicit, and implicit consent
    • Exceptions to consent in matters of employment, and
    • Business transactions
  • T for Transparency
    • Privacy officer
    • Communication of personal information outside Quebec
    • Communicating personal information without consent
    • Security incidents involving personal information
  • I for Individuals
    • The “Reasonableness” test
    • Individual rights
    • Restrictions on individual rights
  • O for Openness
    • To research
    • To political parties
    • To the rest of Canada and the world
  • N for Novelty
    • Advertising and nominative lists
    • Health and genetic data

The book also contains bibliography, a table of legislation, a table of cases, and an index for easy reference.