OFA provides comments to the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services regarding public consultation – modernizing privacy in Ontario. OFA fully supports ensuring the privacy of our members’ personal information. As noted in OFA’s October 2020 submission regarding 20-MGCS015, OFA considers name, physical location of personal residence, address, contact information, as well as any other information that could be used to identify name, physical location of a personal residence, address or contact information, to be the most sensitive personal information. OFA is in favour of expanding the scope and application of personal information privacy regulations to include non-commercial organizations, including not-for-profits, charities, trade unions and political parties, in addition to commercial organizations. OFA provides several recommendations on the proposed privacy forms.