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Privacy commish asks Canadian gov’t to push for U.S. privacy protection

News | 03/10/2017 8:54 pm EST

The federal privacy watchdog is asking the government to petition its counterparts in the United States to include Canada in a list of countries whose citizens are afforded protection for their personal information.

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