Chris Prince

Chris Prince has been a strategic policy analyst with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada since 2007, where his focus has been privacy implications of national security programs, surveillance practices, oversight, and domestic laws governing interception of private communications. Before that, he was a researcher with Treasury Board Secretariat and National Archives Canada. He has also worked in information management with Bombardier Aerospace Business Aircraft Division, the Loewen Group, and CIBC. He holds a Master’s from McGill’s School of Information Studies (2001).