PIPEDA gives individuals numerous privacy rights, including the ability to request their personal information from organizations, have them correct any errors, and also file a complaint if they feel their personal information has been inappropriately used or sold.
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According to PIPEDA, employee files are specifically referred to as employee personal information and PIPEDA only applies if it is used or disclosed "in connection with the operation of a federal work, undertaking or business."
Listed as Schedule 1 of Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, these 10 privacy principles outline responsibilities that organizations subject to PIPEDA must follow.
The tenth principle of the 10 Privacy Principles of PIPEDA is Challenging Compliance. Challenging Compliance The principle of Challenging Compliance states that individuals shall be…
The principle of Individual Access states that upon an individual's request, your organization shall make known to the individual the existence, use, and disclosure of personal information and give access to it.