The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) is the Canadian
federal privacy law for private-sector organizations to regulate the way private-sector
organizations handle the personal information in a commercial activity.
There are 10 PIPEDA principles. These PIPEDA principles give individuals the right to know
why their personal information is being collected, how their personal information will be
used, and to whom their personal information will be disclosed, and to have the ability to
ask for access to, or correction of, their personal information. More details on the PIPEDA
principles can be found on the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
customers are responsible for ensuring that they comply with the obligations under the
PIPEDA Act, this whitepaper
helps customers understand how information is stored, processed, maintained, accessed, and
secured in Google Cloud when using Google Cloud Platform and G Suite products.