This post describes how the Access My Info tool can help Canadians to easily exercise their legal right to access the personal information that commercial service providers hold on them.
This post describes the rationale behind the technical decisions that went into AMI’s implementation and its initial deployment with our launch outreach partner, Open Media.
AMI is a web application that helps people to create justified requests for access to their personal information from service providers.
The Canadian Access to Social Media Information (CATSMI) Project operates out of the University of Victoria. It is a distinctly Canadian research project, but we believe that our findings have a very wide relevance. The central hypothesis of this project is that the evolution of a more “social web” poses significant challenges to theories of […]