Access My Info (AMI) is a web application that helps people to create justified requests for copies of their personal information from service providers. AMI is a step-by-step wizard that results in the generation of a personalized formal letter requesting access to the information a provider stores and utilizes about a person. The letter can be saved as a PDF, printed, and mailed through the post, or where available, directly emailed to a company’s privacy officer.
Posts Tagged: Canada
Early findings from AMI requests
This post provides a summary of early findings associated with Canadians creating right to information requests using the Access My Info tool. The full version of these findings is to be published in the Winston Report.
Right to Information in Canada: Drawing Analogue Law into a Digital Present
Collaborating with Dr. Christopher Parsons, we’ve written an article for the Winston Report, a privacy-focused quarterly magazine published by the Privacy and Access Council of Canada. The article presents an analysis of responses consumers received to their right to information requests sent to Canadian telecommunications service providers through our Access my Info tool. You may download a pre-publication version of the article from the SSRN Repository.
Access my Info presented at Canadian Sunshine Summit
On September 22 2014, Andrew Hilts presented at the Privacy and Access Council of Canada’s annual Sunshine Summit held in Toronto.