CIPPIC speaks out on privacy issues
News | 05/12/2008 12:48 pm EDT
The Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) ramped up its fight for consumer privacy last week. The advocacy group first testified before a Parliamentary Committee on May 6, calling for a number of changes to the federal Privacy Act in order to better protect Canadians against state incursions on their privacy; and three days later it petitioned the Privacy Commissioner to investigate unnecessary data collection practices by Bell Sympatico.
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