Eliminate immunity for telecoms in C-13: privacy commish
News | 06/10/2014 8:55 pm EDT
OTTAWA — Federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien told a House of Commons committee on Tuesday that he was troubled by provisions in the government’s cyberbullying legislation that give immunity to telecommunications companies who provide information voluntarily to authorities.
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