understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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On the Identity Trail is proud to bring you a solid and growing collection of on-line and off-line resources to aid you in protecting your privacy and/or being anonymous while negotiating the networked world.

Access to Information & Privacy Manual:

This thorough document, presented mostly in FAQ style, guides you through the process of filing Access to Information Requests at all provincial and federal levels of government.The first section of this manual explains how to use federal, provincial, and territorial laws to access information about the government. The second section provides information about how to use federal, provincial and territorial laws to request your personal information held by the public and private sectors. Each chapter covers a different jurisdiction, explaining not only how to make a request, but also what you can expect in response, and how you can appeal an unsatisfactory response. Each chapter also provides helpful links to resources such as legislation, government sites and guides.
Privacy Training Module for the Small Businessperson:
This privacy training module, developed by On the Identity Trail’s Valerie Steeves for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, offers free interactive privacy training specifically for the small retailer. Its step-by-step approach will give retailers small businessperson the information they need to set up their business to meet their obligations under Canada’s privacy laws and provide customers with the privacy protection they’re guaranteed under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
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