The objective of the Notice and Consent Component is to ensure the on-going integrity of both the notice and consent processes by applying standardized conformance criteria for assessment and certification. A process that has been so certified is a trusted process that can be relied on by other participants of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework™ (PCTF). The PCTF conformance criteria are intended to complement existing privacy legislation and regulations; participants in the digital identity ecosystem are expected to comply with relevant privacy legislation and regulations in their jurisdictions.
This document specifies the set of conformance criteria for the Notice and Consent Component, a component of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework™ (PCTF). The Notice and Consent conformance criteria specify requirements for notice, and consent, participants to issue PCTF compliant and understandable notice statements, collect informed and authorized consent decisions, and enable the on-going management of those consent decisions.
This form collects PCTF public community feedback outside of the prescribed public review & comment periods. Responses to this form will be monitored on a quarterly basis. Comments will be considered for inclusion by the DIACC’s Trust Framework Expert Committee (TFEC).