Privacy and Security
WorkSafeBC is above all concerned about the privacy and the security of all the parties visiting our Technical Blog. To that end we have diligently opted out of the controversial Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC).
How does WorkSafeBC Technical Blog ensure no FLoC data gets collected when visitors browse the blog?
We have configured the
<head> section of our root index.html document with the following meta directive:
<meta http-equiv="Permissions-Policy" content="interest-cohort=()"/>
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Where you interact with the Blog, WorkSafeBC will collect your personally identifiable information. The information includes your name, metadata and any personal information included in the comments. WorkSafeBC is authorized to collect this information under section 26(c) and section 26(e) of BC’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) as this information relates directly to and is necessary for a program or activity of WorkSafeBC, and for the purposes of planning or evaluating the Blog. Section 32(a) of FIPPA authorizes WorkSafeBC to use the information for the purpose for it was obtained or compiled, or for a use consistent with that purpose.
Your comments, along with your name, will be posted on the Blog. To protect privacy please refrain from including personal information about yourself or others in the comments.
Please contact WorkSafeBC’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Office at 1.866.266.9405 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about WorkSafeBC’s collection, use or disclosure of your information.