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In determining the appropriate form of consent, organizations should also consider the reasonable expectations of the individual in the circumstances. For example, if there is a use or disclosure a user would not reasonably expect to be occurring, such as certain sharing of information with a third party, the downloading of photos or contact lists, or the tracking of location, express consent would likely be required.

In some cases, other contextual factors may come into play. For example, where an organization considers disclosure to a third party, the identity of the third party and their purpose in seeking access to the information may be relevant. Depending on the circumstances, an individual might reasonably expect that information could be disclosed to a third party with a legal entitlement to it; however, an individual would not reasonably expect disclosure to individuals who are merely curious or seek the information for nefarious purposes. Footnote 19

Underlying the contextual analysis of both sensitivity and reasonable expectations is risk of harm to the individual. Harm should be understood broadly, including material and reputational impacts, restrictions on autonomy, and other factors. Guiding Principle 1, above, states that individuals must be notified where there is a meaningful risk that a residual risk of harm will materialize and will be significant. The OPC is of the view that in such a situation, an individual would reasonably expect that consent for such a collection, use or disclosure would be express, not implied. Again, this assumes that the risk of harm does not meet a threshold which would contravene the “appropriate purpose” requirement described below (e.g. where there is a likely or probable risk of significant harm), in which case the purpose would be considered offside subsection 5(3) of PIPEDA .

The ability of children and youth to provide meaningful consent for the sharing of their personal information depends greatly on their cognitive and emotional development. Given the difficulties that adults have in understanding what is happening with their personal information in a complex environment, it would be unrealistic to expect children to fully appreciate the complexities and potential risks of sharing their personal information. In recognition of this, private sector privacy legislation allows for consent through an authorized person, such as a parent or legal guardian.

We recognize that the maturation process is an evolving one, as youth are introduced to– and thus begin to develop an understanding of - information-based services at increasingly early ages. The OPC is of the view that while a child’s capacity to consent can vary from individual to individual, there is nonetheless a threshold age below which young children are not likely to fully understand the consequences of their privacy choices, particularly in this age of complex data-flows. On the other hand, the OIPC-AB , OIPC-BC and Quebec CAI do not set a specific age threshold, but rather consider whether the individual understands the nature and consequences of the exercise of the right or power in question. Footnote 20 As such, where a child is unable to meaningfully consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information (the OPC takes the position that, in all but exceptional circumstances, this means anyone under the age of 13), consent must instead be obtained from their parents or guardians. For minors able to provide meaningful consent, consent can only be considered meaningful if organizations have reasonably taken into account their level of maturity in developing their consent processes and adapted them accordingly. Organizations undertaking such collections, uses or disclosures should pay special mind to Guiding Principle 7, and stand ready to demonstrate on demand that their chosen process leads to meaningful and valid consent.

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This document describes the RESTful Contracts and resources provided by Signom. RESTful Contracts is intended for developers who wish to integrate Signom Signature Service into their application.

RESTful Contracts provides access to resources via URI paths. To use RESTful Contracts, your application will make HTTP requests to RESTful Contracts' URIs. The request and response payload content type is in most cases .

Test environment: https://www.signom.com/test-api/rest/

Production environment: https://www.signom.com/api/rest/

All the possible contract statuses are listed below.

RESTful Contracts tries to adhere as closely as possible to standard HTTP and REST conventions in its use of HTTP verbs.

RESTful Contracts tries to adhere as closely as possible to standard HTTP and REST conventions in its use of HTTP status codes.

Whenever an error response (status code >= 400) is returned, the body will contain a JSON object that describes the problem (see below for example payloads). Examples of possible error cases include:

Client permissions rights are not sufficient, e.g. incorrect contractId in getStatus query.

User permissions are not sufficient, e.g. person tries to sign without Signom side signing right.

Mandatory information is missing.

Information is in incorrect format, e.g. email address is invalid.

REST client tries to send non-pdf file.

Validation errors occur when request payload can be successfully mapped from JSON, but is semantically wrong.

Example: validation error with empty template tag and company bic with incorrect format
Example: validation error with message parameters (too long name)

JSON mapping errors occur when request payload cannot be mapped due to type mismatch, e.g. an enumerated value cannot be created from the given input.

Example: JSON mapping error with invalid language

This is used both for non-existing resources and situations where the user does not have sufficient permissions to execute the operation.

Example: not found

RESTful Contracts requires client to authenticate using HTTP basic auth .

Example: curl request with basic authentication
Example: http request with basic authentication

Requests without proper header will result in response without payload.

Example: http response for unauthorized request

First one company employee, second one customer as person, 1 signable file.

Rest client creates contract