In the last few years, the importance of digital identity has grown exponentially, from being an instrument employed primarily to secure closed systems (such as corporate networks) to being a platform for governments to deliver eGovernment public services.
This report looks at Transborder use of digital identity in the context of international transfer, control, and access to private/personal data between Canada and the European Union. In particular, it looks at such data transfer considering the obligation to inform individuals during data processing and investigate into the adequacy of transparency and notice for international data transfer.
Contents of this report have been submitted by the DIACC International Pilots Special Interest Group.
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