The Federal Privacy Commissioner has ruled (case #313) that PIPEDA does not prohibit a businesses' use of foreign based third-party service providers.
What does FPC stand for?
FPC stands for Federal Privacy Commissioner (various locations)
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We have 298 other meanings of FPC in our Acronym Attic
- Family Planning Clinic (various locations)
- Family Planning Council (Philadelphia, PA)
- Family Pride Coalition (formerly Gay and Lesbian Parents Coalition International)
- Farmer's Petroleum Cooperative, Inc.
- Featured Picture Candidate (Wikimedia Foundation)
- Federal Port Controller
- Federal Power Commission
- Federal Preparedness Circular
- Federal Preparedness Coordinator (US FEMA)
- Federal Prison Camp
- Federation for Peace and Conciliation
- Fedora Packaging Committee
- Fender Players Club (musical joint venture)
- Fermentation Produced Chymosin (cheese making)
- Field Placement Coordinator (various schools)
- Field Press Censorship (US DoD)
- Film Production Company
- Final Planning Conference
- Financial Planning Certificate
- Financial Planning Committee (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Federal Privacy Commissioner Tim Pilgrim has warned he does not have the power to audit the systems and the lack of regulation has even industry players calling for tighter controls.
The loss was significant enough that the federal Privacy Commissioner elected to launch a probe of the situation.
Good Privacy, Good Business"--Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner
She has served as Canada's federal privacy commissioner since 2003; prior to her current role she served as president of Quebec's Access to Information Commission.
The federal Privacy Commissioner, Jennifer Stoddart, in a similar vein, declared that the Bill raised serious privacy concerns.
It was deemed substantially similar by the federal Privacy Commissioner in 2003.
The federal government will argue that PIPEDA is general in nature with broad application, it is monitored by the federal privacy commissioner, the provinces could not enact an equally effective statutory framework, and the failure to include a single province could create a data haven that jeopardizes the protection of all personal information.