81.4. The Commission may, when a confidentiality incident is brought to its attention, order any person, after giving him the opportunity to submit observations, to take any measure to protect the rights of the persons concerned that are granted by this Act, for the time and on the conditions the Commission determines. It may, in particular, order that the personal information involved be returned to the person carrying on an enterprise or destroyed.
If a person to whom an order applies was not given prior notice because, in the opinion of the Commission, urgent action is required or there is a danger of irreparable injury being caused, the person may, within the time specified in the order, submit observations so that the order may be reviewed by the Commission.
2021, c. 252021, c. 25, s. 1531.