Changes to B.C.’s public sector privacy legislation

In November 2021, the Government of British Columbia enacted Bill 22 to make significant changes to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which governs how public bodies in British Columbia collect, use, disclose and retain personal information. Some changes present new opportunities, while other changes impose new obligations and potential liabilities. Public bodies and their service providers should take steps for compliance with the legislative changes.

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This content has been updated on May 2, 2024 at 13 h 08 min.