This article posted on our partner site provides an overview of the guidance provided by the Canadian Privacy Commissioners for compliance of privacy laws. The author explains that privacy policies should include the following: (a) what information is collected; (b) why information is collected; (c) what the information will be used for; (d) who will access the information; (e) how the information will be safeguarded; (f) how long the information will be retained; (g) whether individuals can opt out information sharing practices; and (h) details regarding the sharing of information with third parties. In addition, the author notes privacy policy should be accessible on all kinds of devices.

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