Acting Deputy Commissioner
Bradley Weldon is Director of Policy at the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner. He has worked at the OIPC for six years and focuses on emerging technologies, surveillance, and employee/employer privacy issues.
Bradley directs the OIPC policy team and was the lead investigator on OIPC public reports, including an investigation into spyware installed on employee computers in the District of Saanich. He also contributed to a report that reinterpreted section 25 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act in two files: the Mt. Polley tailings pond breach and the contamination of the Hullcar Aquifer.
Prior to joining the OIPC in 2011, Bradley practised employment and labour law in the private sector. He graduated from the University of British Columbia (Geography) and the University of Victoria (Law) and is a practising member of the British Columbia Law Society.
Bradley is also certified as CIPM and CIPP/IT by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.