AIPC

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AIPCAmerican Italian Pasta Company (Kansas City, MO)
AIPCAndrogen-Independent Prostate Cancer
AIPCAquidneck Island Planning Commission (Rhode Island)
AIPCAustralian Institute of Professional Counsellors (Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia)
AIPCAssociation Internationale des Ponts et Charpentes (French: International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering; Switzerland)
AIPCAmerica's Incredible Pizza Company
AIPCAmphenol Interconnect Products Corporation (Endicott, New York)
AIPCAlberta Information and Privacy Commissioner (Canada)
AIPCAmerican International Petroleum Corporation (New York, NY)
AIPCArmy Information Processing Center
AIPCAutomated Information Processing Center
AIPCArmy Installations Planning Committee
AIPCArchitecture Integration Processing Center
AIPCApproximate Inverse Pre-Conditioner
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(38) Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner, Report of an Investigation into Collection and Use of Personal Employee Information without Consent, No P2005-IR-004 (Alberta: OIPC, 13 May 2005) online: Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta <http://www.opic.ab.ca> [Hoffman Holdings Report].
(47) See Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner, Lindsay Park Sports Society, registered as Talisman Centre (trade name), operating as Talisman Centre for Sport and Wellness, No P2006-008 (Alberta: OIPC, 14 March 2007) online: Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta <http:// www.opic.ab.ca>.
In 2003, the provincial government removed section 59, an amendment not opposed by the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner. Indeed, the Commissioner acknowledged that the costs of complying with this legislative requirement (namely, the extra time spent by health care providers to obtain patient consent) outweighed its value.
Concerns have been raised by both the federal Privacy Commissioner and the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner about potential abuse of personal privacy.
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