PART 1 – INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS; PART 2 – FREEDOM OF INFORMATION; PART 3 – PROTECTION OF PRIVACY; PART 4 – OFFICE AND POWERS OF. The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) enables the public to request and obtain copies of records held by B.C. government. The British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (the “ FIPPA”) is provincial legislation that came into effect in October of
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How to make a request. Duty to assist applicants. Time limit for responding. How access will be given. Extending the time limit for responding. Cabinet and local public body confidences. Policy advice or recommendations. Disclosure harmful to law enforcement. Disclosure harmful to intergovernmental relations or negotiations. Disclosure harmful to the financial or economic interests of fuppa public body.
Disclosure harmful to the conservation of heritage sites, etc. Disclosure harmful to individual or public safety. Information that will be published or released within 60 days. Disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party. Disclosure harmful to personal privacy. Notifying the third party. Time limit and notice of decision. Information must be disclosed if in the public interest. Purpose for which personal information may be collected.
How personal information is to be collected. Accuracy of personal information. Right to request correction of personal information. Protection of personal information. Retention of personal information.
Use of personal information. Disclosure of personal information. Definition of consistent purposes. Disclosure for fippa or statistical purposes. Disclosure for archival or historical purposes. Resignation, removal or suspension of commissioner. Salary, expenses and benefits of commissioner. General powers of commissioner. Power to authorize a public body to disregard requests.
Powers of commissioner in conducting investigations, audits or inquiries. Statements made to the commissioner not admissible nc evidence. Protection against libel or slander actions. Restrictions on disclosure of information cb the commissioner and staff. Protection of commissioner and staff. Annual report of commissioner. Right to ask for a review. How to ask for a review. Notifying others of review. Mediation may be authorized. Duty to comply with orders. Adjudicator to investigate complaints and review decisions.
Powers, duties and protections of adjudicator. Conduct and outcome of the review.
Delegation by the head of a public body. Annual report of minister. Fkppa information respecting use of personal information. Policy manuals available without request.
Records available without request. Protection of public body from legal suit. General offences and penalties. Power to make bylaws. Relationship of Act to other Acts. Right to disclose preserved. Schedule 1 – Definitions. Schedule 2 – Public Bodies.
Schedule 3 – Governing Bodies of Professions or Occupations. Comments will be sent to ‘servicebc gov. Enter your email address if you would like a reply: The information on this form is collected under the authority of Sections 26 c and 27 1 c of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act to help us assess and respond to your enquiry.
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