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Individuals who are given access to their personal information have the right to request correction of that information where they believe there may be an error or omission. Where this request is refused, individuals may require that a statement of disagreement be attached to the information. Individuals may also require that all parties to whom the information has been disclosed in the preceding year be notified of the correction or statement of disagreement.
Source: Quoted from the Information Privacy Commissioner of Ontario’s A Mini Guide to Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, March 2000.