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Google’s use of health information illegal: privacy commissioner

Briefs | 01/15/2014 7:45 pm EST

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada said Wednesday that Google Inc. breached Canadian privacy law by using individuals’ health information to provide them with targeted advertisements.

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