Date:18.05.2016, 06:16 _ Agree _ Disagree Comments: Other adverse personal information, from the date of the event which lead to the adverse information appearing in the report. _ Agree _ Disagree Comments: Currently, the most common time frame among provinces for reporting adverse information is six years. These are not addressed in this consultation document, but amendments to consumer reporting legislation in regard to identity theft may arise as a result of that previous CMC consultation. top of page Part I. The CMC provides a federal-provincial-territorial forum for national cooperation to improve the marketplace for Canadian consumers, through harmonization of laws, regulations and practices and through actions to raise public awareness. The CMC also provides support and develops policy proposals for Federal-Provincial-Territorial Ministers Responsible for Consumer Affairs. Personal information : Information about an identifiable individual, including but not limited to information about an individual's name, age, character, health, medical information, reputation, physical or personal characteristics, mode of living, credit information, occupation, current and previous employers, place or places of residence, marital status, dependents, educational or professional qualifications, financial details or history, assets or any other matter concerning. This is also the shortest period. Is a national standard of six years for reporting adverse information the most appropriate time frame? _ Yes _ No Comments: top of page Section 2.
Las experiencias latinoamericanas que se propusieron ir a contrapelo del neoliberalismo vigente, tomaron nota de esta terrible cuestin e intentaron llevar adelante procesos colectivos soberanos y populares no solo custodiando el espacio democrtico sino radicalizndolo en sus distintos alcances, en los derechos humanos y civiles.