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Public conversation needed on right to be forgotten: Google Canada

Briefs | 06/02/2017 12:53 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Before any right to be forgotten rules are instituted in Canada, there needs to be a fulsome public discussion, Colin McKay, head of public policy and government relations at Alphabet Inc.’s Google Canada, told parliamentarians Thursday.

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