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In today's information-driven society, the collection, use and disclosure of personal information is a critical yet ever problematic issue for government, business and individuals. Access to information held in vast government databanks, and the use of personal information by third parties - in commercial, medical and private contexts - raises unprecedented legal questions, unique privacy concerns and vexing logistical problems.
Newly and thoroughly updated, Halsbury's Access to Information and Privacy (2011 Reissue) provides a definitive examination of the statutory and judicial framework that governs the rules, requirements, prohibitions, caveats and exemptions relevant to the fields of both access and privacy.
Access to information
Michael Power, B.A., LL.B., M.B.A.,is a leading authority on issues of access to information and the protection of privacy, and provides strategic and legal advice on the transactional and compliance aspects of information management. He has served in various capacities at the Department of Justice, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, with responsibilities for legal advice, policy development and issue management pertaining to information technology, electronic commerce and international trade and investment issues. He has also been a partner in a national Canadian law firm, advising national and international clients, and Vice President, Privacy and Security, for a provincial Crown agency. He is the co-author of "Sailing in Dangerous Waters: A Director's Guide to Data Governance", published by the American Bar Association, and speaks and blogs extensively in the field of access, data management, privacy and security.
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