Protection of personal informationProtection of personal information

 

 

1. Procedure for the protection of personal informationEveryone who operates a business must put measures in place to protect the personal information they hold regarding others. These measures apply to each stage in the life cycle of personal information: when it is collected, communicated, used, held, conserved, and destroyed.http://www.chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/protection-of-personal-information/86/1-procedure-for-the-protection-of-personal-information1. Procedure for the protection of personal informationEveryone who operates a business must put measures in place to protect the personal information they hold regarding others. These measures apply to each stage in the life cycle of personal information: when it is collected, communicated, used, held, conserved, and destroyed.
Banking information and new insurerAn insured filed a complaint with the syndic’s office against her damage insurance representative. It appeared that he had sent her banking information to a new automobile insurer without her consent.http://www.chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/protection-of-personal-information/87/banking-information-and-new-insurerBanking information and new insurerAn insured filed a complaint with the syndic’s office against her damage insurance representative. It appeared that he had sent her banking information to a new automobile insurer without her consent.
Competition: Not a Reason to Disclose Personal Information!A consumer files a complaint with the syndic’s office against his former representative who appears to have disclosed personal information on his insurance file to the new representative.http://www.chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/protection-of-personal-information/88/competition-not-a-reason-to-disclose-personal-informationCompetition: Not a Reason to Disclose Personal Information!A consumer files a complaint with the syndic’s office against his former representative who appears to have disclosed personal information on his insurance file to the new representative.
Protection of Personal Information: A Few Exceptions Concerning Communication to Third PersonsThe general principle underlying the ARPPIPS is that the communication of personal information may only take place if the person concerned has given his consent. In certain exceptional cases provided for under the ARPPIPS, such consent is not necessary. Let’s look at three examples of such exceptions in the field of damage insurance. http://www.chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/protection-of-personal-information/516/protection-of-personal-information-a-few-exceptions-concerning-communicatioProtection of Personal Information: A Few Exceptions Concerning Communication to Third PersonsThe general principle underlying the ARPPIPS is that the communication of personal information may only take place if the person concerned has given his consent. In certain exceptional cases provided for under the ARPPIPS, such consent is not necessary. Let’s look at three examples of such exceptions in the field of damage insurance.
Respecting the privacy of personal informationAn insurer terminates its contract with one of its agents and contacts the syndic’s office to blow the whistle on the ex-employee.http://www.chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/protection-of-personal-information/94/respecting-the-privacy-of-personal-informationRespecting the privacy of personal informationAn insurer terminates its contract with one of its agents and contacts the syndic’s office to blow the whistle on the ex-employee.
Transferring a Book of Business and TransparencyAn insured arrives at the syndic’s office to report that an insurance broker, whom she does not know, whom with she has never done business, has recently authorized a new insurer to automatically debit her personal chequing account for a new automobile insurance policy. http://www.chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/protection-of-personal-information/89/transferring-a-book-of-business-and-transparencyTransferring a Book of Business and TransparencyAn insured arrives at the syndic’s office to report that an insurance broker, whom she does not know, whom with she has never done business, has recently authorized a new insurer to automatically debit her personal chequing account for a new automobile insurance policy.