Canada should consider ‘right to be forgotten’: former privacy commish
News | 02/15/2017 9:32 pm EST
OTTAWA — Privacy experts raised the idea of a Canadian “right to be forgotten” in front of a House of Commons committee studying the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) Tuesday, though they disagreed about the incorporation of the concept into Canadian law.
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